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Keshet's next docu-reality show: a televised competition between parents - voila! culture

2022-08-11T12:33:21.842Z

The program based on the Australian format "Parental Guidance" will bring together couples with different parenting styles, who will face different challenges "and try to prove that their parenting method is the best"



Keshet's next docu-reality: a televised competition between parents

The program, based on the Australian format "Parental Guidance", will bring together eight couples with different parenting styles, who will be put through various challenges "and try to prove that their parenting method is the best".

The program will be accompanied by parents' guide Einat Natan and psychologist Danny Friedlander ("Wedding at first sight")

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11/08/2022

Thursday, August 11, 2022, 2:47 p.m. Updated: 3:25 p.m.

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The next "marriage"?

Keshet 12 will launch a new docu-reality program, which will focus on parenting methods and compare them - this was announced today (Thursday).



The program, which will be based on the Australian format "Parental Guidance" and produced by the Abbott Meiri company, is expected to bring together eight couples "with diverse and distinct parenting methods" - according to the press release - who will "try to prove that their parenting method is the best".

Thus, in the Australian original, led by Dr. Justin Coulson, couples compete in various challenges together with their children for three weeks.



According to Keshet, these days the show's cast is looking for families to participate in the program, when the companions have already been determined - Einat Natan, a parenting instructor and Israeli media woman, and the psychologist Danny Friedlander, known as one of the psychologists from the show "Wedding at first sight".



Friedlander, who served as a psychologist for four seasons of "Wedding at First Sight", announced three months ago that he would not continue it.

So he announced that the reason for this was, among other things, his desire to participate in an original format that he is developing.

"After participating in four consecutive seasons, unfortunately I made a difficult decision not to take part in the sixth season of the program due to schedule constraints and a desire to focus on promoting a new and original television format of my own which I am developing and related to the worlds of therapy and which is receiving a good response in Israel and around the world," he said at the time.

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