There’s a new crop of farmers on the way in 2022

The Seven Network today revealed a fresh crop of farmers ready to embark on their quest to find real love, when the exciting third season of Australia’s beloved dating show Farmer Wants A Wife returns to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.

The much-anticipated new season is set to feature five* hard-working Aussie farmers on their journey in the hope a first kiss leads to “I do!”

This year’s farmers include Farmer Ben (27, Wingham, NSW), Farmer Benjamin (33, Guyra, NSW), Farmer Harry (23, Kyabram, VIC), Farmer James (28, Tarnook, VIC), Farmer Paige (27, Cassilis, NSW) and Farmer Will (26, Berriwillock, VIC).

The global phenomenon returns with host Natalie Gruzlewski and a very special new addition: Seven’s acclaimed journalist and presenter, Samantha Armytage, who joins in a guest role. Growing up on a farm and now married to a farmer, Samantha is perfectly qualified to help Natalie guide the farmers to find love.

This year, Australia’s favourite bush fairy-tale scored an average total audience of 1.41 million.

Farmer Wants A Wife is a Fremantle Australia and Eureka Productions co-production for the Seven Network.

*­Farmer Wants A Wife 2022 will feature five of the six farmers

Farmer Wants A Wife is returning to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2022.

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