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Aha! This is how much money participants get in “Bauer sucht Frau”, “Bachelorette” and Co.

2021-01-22T06:25:45.832Z

TV shows such as “Bauer sucht Frau” or “Bachelorette” are enjoying increasing popularity. But the salaries of the candidates are sometimes terrifying.



TV shows such as “Bauer sucht Frau” or “Bachelorette” are enjoying increasing popularity.

But the salaries of the candidates are sometimes terrifying.

Millions of people watch

TV shows

like "Bauer sucht Frau" * or "The Bachelorette" *.

The first-mentioned

dating show

by presenter Inka Bause *

alone

reaches an audience of millions every year.

As

reported by echo24.de

*, an average of

5.51 million viewers watched

the 16th season of “Bauer sucht Frau” *.

For comparison: the

season

last year saw an average of

5.22 million viewers

.

Candidates' fees: So much money is there on the TV show "Bauer sucht Frau"

Means: The popularity of

"Bauer sucht Frau" is

increasing.

Almost after every

season of

the

TV show,

RTL

reports

audience ratings in record highs.

A trend that can also be seen in other

TV shows

.

And many of the reality shows have something else in common: The protagonists of the programs are mostly people without TV experience who are in front of the camera for the first time.

The

candidates

are sometimes the basis for the high ratings.

Do the participants get their stakes well paid?

Opinions differ here.

In some cases there are considerable differences in

terms of

the

candidates'

fees

.

The fees from “Bauer sucht Frau” * are particularly surprising.

As

reported by echo24.de

*, the participating farmers receive a

fee of 3,000 euros

for their work.

The ladies-in-waiting come off much worse.

RTL * pays you a fee of just

250 euros

for the barn festival at the beginning of the season.

Candidates' fees: That's how much money there is in the TV show "The Bachelorette"

For each additional day of shooting, the ladies-in-waiting receive

an extra

fee of 150 euros

.

The prerequisite is of course that the farmer

invites

the

candidates

to the

farm week

.

In terms of audience ratings for

“Bauer sucht Frau”

that's not a lot of money.

Especially since the

candidates on

the

dating show

have to reveal a lot about themselves.

Is often also about individual

candidates

of

"Farmer Wants a Wife"

made fun.

Here the question arises: is it worth it?

The participants from

“The Bachelorette” got

off a

little better than the candidates from “Bauer sucht Frau” *

.

According to

OK magazine

, the bachelor or bachelorette receives a

fee

of

3,800 euros each

for the entire season.

The protagonists earn an impressive 800 euros more than the protagonists of

"Bauer sucht Frau"

.

And that even though

“Bauer sucht Frau” has

significantly higher ratings than the two Bachelor formats.

Candidates' fees: more money, fewer spectators!

This TV show is surprising

The women and men who vie for the bachelor's or bachelor's degree will receive a

fee of 3,000 euros

for their work.

According to

Focus Online,

RTL

pays

bachelor applicants an additional

500 euros beauty fee

for their beautiful appearance.

Thus, the applicants in the Bachelorette formats earn significantly more than the ladies-in-

waiting

in

“Bauer sucht Frau”

, who bottom line

comes

to just

over 1,000 euros

, provided that they

pull

through

the

farm week

to the end.

Candidates' fees: Big fees for the “Shopping Queen”?

There is one disadvantage

One week, five women and a shopping marathon: That is, in a nutshell, the plot of

“Shopping Queen”

.

Every week, TV star Guido Maria Kretschmer sends five women who put together a new outfit and are then rated by their competitors.

At the end of the day, the winner receives

an extra

fee of EUR 1,000

.

For the week of filming,

RTL

pays

the

candidates

a

fee

of around

150 euros

.

Incidentally, the

clothes that the

candidates

shop may be kept after the

TV show

.

The disadvantage is that every

candidate

's wardrobe is ransacked.

Similar to

“Bauer sucht Frau”

, the

candidates

for

“Shopping Queen”

also have to reveal a lot of intimacy.

And the participants who don't win don't really get a lot of

fees

for their work.

No comparison to

“Farmer is looking for a wife”

.

Candidates' fees: Hunger fee for participants in "My child, your child"

In stark contrast to the

fees

for

“Bauer sucht Frau”

and “

The Bachelorette

” are the merits in the

TV show “My child, your child”

on the VOX broadcaster.

In terms of content, the

TV show is

about mothers vying for the perfect parenting method.

According to the agency

Casting 1

, the

fee

for the participating mothers is

100 euros

per day.

Is it worth it?

After all, the children affected have to be prepared for teasing at school.

Candidates' fees: "Wanted daughter-in-law" - embarrassment for little money?

Even the

TV show "Wanted: Daughter-in-Law"

does not come close to the

salaries

of

"Farmer Seeks Wife"

.

The single men who

are supposed to be matched

by

Vera Int-Veen

still live in their parents' house.

Regardless of whether they find love, the gentlemen get a poor

fee

.

As reported by

TV feature film

,

RTL

pays

the protagonists of “Wanted a daughter-in-law” just

1,200 euros

per season.

The applicants get off even worse.

+

Moderator Vera Int Veen has been pairing lonely men with potential daughters-in-law since 2007.

© picture alliance / Horst Galuschka / dpa

The

candidates

for

"daughter-in-law wanted"

are fed by

RTL

with an

expense allowance of 500 euros

- for each season.

With a little luck, the maybe soon daughters-in-law will find

the love of their lives

on the

RTL

show

.

Participation is definitely not financially worthwhile.

On the contrary: in the worst case, there will be ridicule and criticism.

Quite different in the scripted reality series sees

"& Berlin Day Night"

from

RTL II

from.

Candidates' fees: In a TV show there is not a cent for the participants

“Berlin Day & Night”

is one of

RTL II's

most successful formats

.

The station is regularly looking for new actors for the scripted reality series.

Potential applicants, however, have to be careful.

The reason: The

fee

depends on the role.

According to

komparse.de

, extras receive a

fee

of only

50 to 200 euros

per day of shooting.

The main actors of “Berlin Day & Night” can

collect

around

4,000 euros

a month from

RTL II

.

According to

Focus Online,

the

candidates

for

“Germany's next top model”

are very poor

.

Heidi Klum's girls only get food and accommodation in the TV show.

A

Gage

does not exist.

But at least: the winner can win a model contract and a new car.

The losers literally get nothing.

Seen in this way, the

candidates from

the other

TV shows come off

comparatively well.

*

echo24.de

is part of the Ippen-Digital network.

List of rubric lists: © TVNOW / DPA / Collage: echo24.de

Source: merkur

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