Every Meal a Date: Plaintiffs Never Dine Alone on Israeli Reality TV Show

Forget dating apps, Israel’s HOT entertainment channel is producing “Hungry For Love”, a new reality show for the international market.

The show follows a group of contestants as they search for love, but there’s one simple rule: every meal they eat must be a date, and they can never dine alone.

Stampede Ventures and Tadmor Entertainment are co-owners of the series, produced for Israeli channel HOT Entertainment, with no air date yet.

The Israeli unscripted series is a new venture for Stampede, which has series creator Zipi Rozenblum on board, in her role as Tadmor’s unscripted content manager.

Rozenblum’s “Marry Me Now,” developed for Armoza Formats, recently aired on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN television network.

The direct serial order includes Yarden Edri (“Big Brother Israel”) and Gur Arad (Israeli Ninja Warrior).

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