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“Daughter-in-law wanted” on RTL – jungle camp star takes on new season 

2024-02-27T18:44:01.620Z

Highlights: “Daughter-in-law wanted” on RTL – jungle camp star takes on new season .. As of: February 27, 2024, 7:22 p.m By: David Maciejewski CommentsPressSplit “Daughters Wanted’ returns to RTL with new presenter. After Vera Int-Veen's TV end, RTL is presenting a new presenter for the show. “stern TV am Sonntag’ is also returning after 6 months.



As of: February 27, 2024, 7:22 p.m

By: David Maciejewski

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“Daughter-in-Law Wanted” returns to RTL with a new presenter.

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“Daughter-in-law wanted” is back on RTL.

After Vera Int-Veen's TV end, RTL is presenting a new presenter for the show.

Dortmund – “Daughter-in-Law Wanted”, the popular reality show that captivates fans, is back with the 15th season on RTL – “stern TV am Sonntag” is also returning after 6 months: This time there is a new round of Singles, supported by their hopeful mothers, are looking for the love of their lives - and under the supervision of a new presenter who has already moderated a jungle camp show, as RUHR24 knows.

“Daughter-in-law wanted” on RTL – jungle camp star takes on new season 

The search extends from the idyllic foothills of the Alps through the far north to the chic Mediterranean island of Mallorca.

The new presenter Angela Finger-Erben, known from the jungle camp format “The Hour After”, will provide additional excitement and will face challenges in this special anniversary season that have never been experienced before.

After hosting the show from 2007 to 2021, Vera Int-Veen announced her retirement from the TV world in 2022.

Now Angela Finger-Erben is following in her footsteps and taking over the moderation of the RTL hit “Daughter-in-Law Wanted”.

From March 10th: “Daughter-in-law wanted” back on the TV program

RTL will broadcast the eight new episodes of “Daughter-in-Law Wanted”

every Sunday at 7:05 p.m. from March 10th

.

Fans can enjoy the episodes seven days in advance on the RTL+ All Inclusive Entertainment app.

Meanwhile, the new presenter is full of energy.

She revealed to RTL: “Every season brings fresh faces – both among the bachelors and the ladies.

And they are all just great!

This season builds on the roots of 'Daughter-in-law wanted' - with a lot of heart, humor and entertainment.

It’s a colorful mix that is guaranteed to delight the audience!”

Angela Finger-Erben moderates “Daughter-in-law wanted” on RTL.

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With singer Claudia and chef Thomas – “Daughter-in-Law Wanted” is back on RTL

And what about the candidates for “daughter-in-law wanted”?

In the current season, among others, the charismatic road builder Stephan (54) and the talented singer Claudia (31) with her mother Maria are on board (more TV news on RUHR24).

Also there: the loving chef Thomas (42), the cheerful butcher Sascha (35), the exuberant party DJ Christian (36) from Mallorca, the reliable bus driver Ronny (44) and the friendly caretaker Uwe (50).

Can Angela Finger-Erben help you find the perfect partner?

This text was created using artificial intelligence and carefully checked by David Maciejewski.

Source: merkur

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