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In adults 18-49, "Love in the Wild" finished #1 or tied for #1 in its time period among ABC, CBS and NBC with seven of eight telecasts."Love in the Wild" puts relationships to the ultimate test with exhilarating quests that push participants to the limit, both physically and emotionally."We look forward to an even more compelling season as the series will return with new format twists and a new set of contestants who will conquer the wild -- or not -- to find love." "EUSA is thrilled that NBC is continuing its commitment to 'Love in the Wild,'" said David Goldberg, Chairman of Endemol North America."Season two will present a great new cast and a number of surprises that will only further the advance the distinctive format of the show." Last season's winners Samantha Woods and Mike Spiro, as well as runners-up Heather Pond and Miles Haefner, are still currently in romantic relationships.
The summer 2011 run of "Love in the Wild" averaged a 1.8 rating, 5 share in adults 18-49 and 5.5 million viewers overall.
Details are sketchy — NBC is still working with Endemol to flesh out the format — but essentially the show would have teams of two potential lovebirds, dropped into exotic outdoor environments, where they would get busy doing all sorts of challenges together.
If romance sparks, the players would presumably then get busy getting busy. hasn't yet been given a firm green light by NBC, but if the concept makes it through the development process, industry insiders believe the Peacock could be considering the show as a key tentpole for its summer lineup next year.
The announcement was made by Paul Telegdy President, Alternative and Late Night Programming, NBC Entertainment.
"The success of the relationships formed on the first season of this series is a testament to the unique format of this show," said Telegdy.