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Farmer Wants a Wife

Round up the herds: Here's when Farmer Wants A Wife will plough its way onto our screens

Prepare to binge.

By Alex Lilly
After more couple flops than flourishes, Farmer Wants A Wife's 10th season is gearing up to finally deliver us some genuine soul mates.
... Well, at least that's what we hope will happen.
This year, Farmers Sam, Matt, Will, Andrew and Rob are looking for love and according to the latest trailer, "more than one" will find their perfect match.
Natalie Gruzlewski is returning as host and couldn't be more pumped for the season ahead.
"I'm so excited to guide our newest crop of nervous and loveable Aussie farmers in their search for true love," she said in a statement.
"These farmers and ladies have opened their farms and hearts in the hope of finding their happily ever after, and it's a privilege to be a part of their life-changing love stories."
Woohoo! We have a premiere date! (Seven)
So when does the show start? Turns out we haven't got long to wait.
The reality dating show hits screens on July 4 on Channel Seven and fans couldn't be more excited.
"I can't wait for it to come back again," exclaimed one on the official FWAW Instagram page.
"Can't wait to watch it again .... here's hoping that the fellas find a wife in this season of #farmeraustralia," remarked another.
"More than one" farmer will find love this season. (Seven)
Since the show started in 2007, we've seen marriages and babies emerge from the relationships forged on Farmer Wants A Wife.
In fact, this year's Farmer Will already has a connection to the show - his friends Rob and Jo met and fell in love on it back in 2008!
"They have three lovely children. If they can find the one, hopefully, so can I," he said.
Bring on the romance!
This article originally appeared on our sister site, Who.
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