TV

Proper Television to produce Come Dine with Me format for Canada

Toronto-based prodco Proper Television will be creating the ITV Studios format Come Dine with Me for Canadian audiences. Set to air on the W Network in the fall, Come Dine with Me Canada will start filming this summer and Proper is currently casting in the Greater Toronto Area looking for people with a passion for cooking and entertaining. 'When we introduced Come Dine with Me (UK verison) into the W Network schedule earlier this year, it quickly gained a strong and loyal audience following,' said Joanna Webb, vice president, programming for the W Network. 'We look forward to producing the Canadian version of this international hit with Proper Television, and know that our viewers will love following these Canadian amateur chefs as they attempt to out-cook and out-host their competition.'
May 4, 2010

Toronto-based prodco Proper Television will be creating the ITV Studios format Come Dine with Me for Canadian audiences. Set to air on the W Network in the fall, Come Dine with Me Canada will start filming this summer and Proper is currently casting in the Greater Toronto Area looking for people with a passion for cooking and entertaining. ‘When we introduced Come Dine with Me (UK verison) into the W Network schedule earlier this year, it quickly gained a strong and loyal audience following,’ said Joanna Webb, vice president, programming for the W Network. ‘We look forward to producing the Canadian version of this international hit with Proper Television, and know that our viewers will love following these Canadian amateur chefs as they attempt to out-cook and out-host their competition.’

About The Author
Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

Menu

Search