New dating show tv3
In its most ambitious schedule yet, the Independent Broadcaster made several major announcements across for the next four years.TV3 will broadcast every game and with new preview and highlights shows, we will celebrate the biggest Rugby tournament in the world.
This New Season line-up reflects TV3’s growing scale and ambition as we drive investment in Irish content, studio infrastructure and independent production.For now, it is recommended that you do not continue to the link that has been flagged.If you're the owner of this website Please log in to to review your flagged website.He added: "To think I've the opportunity to be welcomed into people's homes each week on TV3 for a bit of shiny, silly fun is a privilege and I hope people love it!Most fun for me, is like my Panto and radio work, Blind Date on TV3 will be broad fun, family entertainment! Now, to practice saying "what's your name, where do you come from?!" Bill Malone, TV3 Group Director of Programming said: "What a talent Al is and what a show Blind Date is and the combination of both promises to be brilliantly entertaining TV.
"TV3 has transformed itself into a quality Irish broadcaster of scale and the addition of a star like Al further underlines our ambition.
Today FM host Al revealed: "I'm beyond delighted this is happening and leaped at the chance to do it!
Since I was a kid on stage in the Olympia all I've ever wanted to do was cheer people up and entertain as many people as possible.
Blind Date is just one of many exciting programme announcements to come, so it’s shaping up to be a big Autumn ahead on TV3!
" Lucy Kennedy had originally been set to host Blind Date on TV3 in 2014, before the idea was eventually scrapped.
TV3 will also continue to be the exclusive Irish broadcaster of some of the best international shows including ‘Coronation Street’, ‘Emmerdale’, ‘The X-Factor’ and ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’.