Channel Nine casting 'grown up' dating series starring single parents

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Move over, MAFS! Channel Nine starts casting for ‘grown up’ dating series starring single parents over 40

Following the continued success of Married At First Sight, Channel Nine is set to expand their dating show roster with a new series focused on mature singles.

A new series tentatively titled ‘Grown Up Love’ will feature single parents between the ages of 40 and 60 trying to find love again.

The only other stipulation is that applicants must have a child over the age of 18. 

Refined romance: Channel Nine is casting a new dating show featuring single parents between the age of 40 and 60. (Pictured: Married At First Sight's John Robertson and Melissa Walsh)

Refined romance: Channel Nine is casting a new dating show featuring single parents between the age of 40 and 60. (Pictured: Married At First Sight’s John Robertson and Melissa Walsh)

With the parenting twist, the show is most likely the Australian version of American reality series My Mom, Your Dad.

The show sees a group of single parents move into a house together while their university-aged kids attempt to help them find love. 

Nine has already had huge success with not only Married At First Sight, but also the parenting series Parental Guidance, which was one of the highest rated shows last year.

The network also has Beauty and the Geek, which was renewed for a second season last September.

Never too old! The show sees a group of single parents move into a house together while their university-aged kids attempt to help them find love. (Pictured: Steve Burley)

Never too old! The show sees a group of single parents move into a house together while their university-aged kids attempt to help them find love. (Pictured: Steve Burley)

Nine’s new mature dating series will offer viewers something more genuine in the wake of younger-skewed shows that cast wannabe influencers and models.

Multiple participants from the latest season of Married At First Sight have racked up hundreds of thousands of followers since the series wrapped and are busy signing with celebrity agents for careers in the entertainment industry. 

Domenica Calarco has signed with SF Management, who manage Karl Stefanovic and Phoebe Burgess.

Aussie version: The series is most likely the Australian version of American reality show My Mom, Your Dad (pictured)

Aussie version: The series is most likely the Australian version of American reality show My Mom, Your Dad (pictured)

The PR firm has already been trying to land the makeup artist endorsements and gigs in the industry, with the goal of making her the next Abbie Chatfield.

‘They think she is going to be a huge star, bigger than Martha Kalifatidis and Abbie Chatfield,’ an insider told Daily Mail Australia.

‘She’s been chatting to radio executives in hopes of talking them into giving her a job.’

Before shooting to fame on MAFS, Domenica was a YouTuber and OnlyFans model who had made multiple appearances on morning television as a beauty guru.

She has since made it clear that she hopes to not only launch a radio career, but also wants to have her own makeup line too.

Wrong reasons? Nine's new mature dating series will offer viewers something more genuine in the wake of younger-skewed shows that cast wannabe influencers and models. (Pictured Ella Ding and Domenica Calarco)

Wrong reasons? Nine’s new mature dating series will offer viewers something more genuine in the wake of younger-skewed shows that cast wannabe influencers and models. (Pictured Ella Ding and Domenica Calarco)

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