Sbs chinese dating show

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A traditional spin on a modern romance dilemma, contestants will have to believe in their parents to find the one.

The parents decide who will date their son or daughter, girls may be told they aren’t pretty or young enough, and it has a transgender host…. Buoyed by the success of If You Are the One SBS VICELAND will screen the unique and sometimes politically-incorrect, Meet the Parents: China.

The show's popularity and social commentary has drawn attention of academics and foreign media, and after concerns from Chinese regulators in 2011 the show's format was tweaked to de-emphasize factors such as financial wealth.

After a short break from March 2017 to May 2017, If You Are the One returned in a revised format.

In 2013, the show began broadcasting on SBS 2 (now SBS Viceland) in Australia, in an hour-long version with English subtitles provided by SBS.

If You Are the One has been a ratings success in China and is now the highest-rated show for Jiangsu TV. The show is viewed internationally over the internet and satellite television.

It was first broadcast on January 15, 2010, and originally aired twice a week on Saturday and Sundays until December 2014.

One mother doesn’t want any girls with cold hands, because cold hands indicate a cold-blooded uterus and may result in low offspring. And one girl wants to know if any of the boys have dirty nails and ponders “When did your son last cry?“If You Are the One" is currently the most-viewed dating show in the Chinese-speaking world.According to Beijing-based CSM Media Research, the audience ratings for Fei Cheng Wu Rao - which as of May 22, 2013 had screened a total of 343 episodes - were 2.77 percent of television viewers, or 36 million, twice as many as the nearest competitor for that timeslot.“Single hopefuls reach out to famed transgender actress Jin Xing for help with their love problems.But there is a catch – any potential partners must go through an intensive and gruelling interrogation with the contestant’s parents to proceed to the next stage,” reads the SBS site.

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