When the 9th edition of the “Farmer is looking for a wife” program starts.
According to the “Gossip” portal, fans of the “Farmer is looking for a wife” program have reasons to be happy. The format will once again be included in the station's frame. The first episode of the 9th edition of the love show will be broadcast on TVP1 at the beginning of September.
“Farmer is looking for a wife” will be broadcast on TVP!
The “Farmer is looking for a wife” program turned out to be a huge hit with Polish Television. The program, hosted from the beginning by Marta Manowska, has attracted a lot of loyal fans who are eagerly waiting for the start of the next season.
In the spring we had the opportunity to see the zero episode of the new edition. 8 candidates presented themselves in it, although we will not have a chance to see all of them in the newest episodes. Those who have gotten the most letters from potential candidates will get the chance to find love.
P & oacute; what, it is not known who exactly will appear in the new episodes. We do know when we will be able to see the first episode of the love show. According to the information provided by the portal “Virtual Media”, the program “Farmer is looking for a wife” will be broadcast on TVP1 on Sunday, September 4 at 21:15.
Marta Manowska lost her job at “The Voice senior”
After the success of the “Farmer is looking for a wife” program, Marta Manowska got the chance to run subsequent format & oacute; in. She became the host of “Sanatorium of love”, and then co-host of the program “The Voice Senior”.
The Friday edition of the program “Question for breakfast” confirmed the reports that have been circulating for some time that Marta Manowska will no longer conduct the format ” The Voice senior “. We will see Małgorzata Tomaszewska in this role.
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