Banijay confirmed EndemolShine Germany's plans to produce "Save The Date" for VOX.“'Save The Date' perfectly meets the German audiences desire for relationship shows," Fabian Tobias, Managing Director EndemolShine Germany said. "It is full of heart, and extremely relevant for current audiences, as there is a lot of pressure to find ‘the one’ and online dating has changed the landscape for ever.”
Originally created by Endemol Shine Israel, and first produced by Endemol Shine Finland, this production will serve as third of its kind for the new dating and relationship format, following the successful launch by Shine Iberia in Portugal earlier this month.“'Save The Date' taps into the ticking-time-bomb that for many people is the burning question of rushing into marriage," Lucas Green, Chief Content Officer, Operations at Banijay said. "This creates brilliant drama as its protagonists race towards their big day, forced into the ultimate time-management dilemma."
Originally created by Endemol Shine Israel and first produced by Endemol Shine Finland for Nelonen, "Save The Date" recently aired in Portugal on TVI, produced by Shine Iberia, where it had stellar ratings with the series premiere the number one programme in its slot. Other non-scripted shows EndemolShine Germany is credited with producing include "Big Brother VIP," "Kitchen Impossible," "Limitless Win," as well as "The Masked Singer Germany," and "Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Germany."
"Save The Date" showcases a social experiment made up of singles tired of the dating world, gain total control of their love lives by setting a wedding date, before they have even begun dating a partner. Each single has a short time to find their perfect match and plan the wedding. "Part social experiment, part reality, part wedding blockbuster, anyone can connect with this hot new format," Green continues. "Born out of creative collaboration between Endemol Shine Israel and Endemol Shine Finland it’s great to see it entering its third European market.”
Save The Date' perfectly meets the German audiences desire for relationship shows. It is full of heart, and extremely relevant for current audiences, as there is a lot of pressure to find ‘the one’ and online dating has changed the landscape for ever.” Fabian Tobias Managing Director, EndemolShine Germany