Powered by RTL Group | October 2019

Love is love!

08.10.2019, Germany, TV Now

TV Now celebrates the gay community! On 30 October 2019, Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland’s streaming service will start airing Prince Charming, Germany’s first ever gay dating format. A new episode of Prince Charming will be posted online every Wednesday.

Prince Charming © TV Now Arya Shirazi

On the programme, 20 attractive single men will fight to win the heart of Prince Charming, Nicolas Puschmann, at a location on the Greek coast. Oozing charm, sex appeal and humour, the 28-year-old account manager has everything a man could wish for! “It would be really cool if I ended up with Mr Right,” says Nicolas hopefully.

Prince Charming and the contestants will certainly flirt for all they are worth. Over eight episodes, the single men in TV Now’s original reality show will vie for the favour of Prince Charming, before they meet up again for a communal chat in the ninth episode. Various dates will give Nicolas the opportunity to get to know his fellow singles either on a one-to-one basis or in a group atmosphere. Who would he like to get to know better and who will leave the show with nothing? In each episode, Prince Charming will bid farewell to more and more singles during ‘Gentlemen’s Night.’ Anyone not wearing a tie at the end of the evening will have to move out of the men’s villa.

Passion and intense feelings are inevitable on Prince Charming, as well as plenty of intrigues, spats and jealousies. Because Prince Charming is not the gay singles’ only potential lover! After all, when 20 hot singles share a kitchen, pool and bedroom, one thing can lead to another pretty quickly.

 

About

Prince Charming is Germany’s first gay dating show. TV Now’s original reality show, produced by Seapoint Productions GmbH & Co. KG, will not only dish up some romantic dates, but also provide answers to questions that many may never have dared to ask. The singles featuring on the programme reflect the diversity of the gay scene and as such is bound to either invalidate or confirm lingering clichés about homosexuals. Eight episodes of Prince Charming will be shot in Greece. In the ninth episode, all the men will meet up again back in Germany for a communal chat.