Four Weddings (Australian TV series)

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For the UK version, see Four Weddings.
Four Weddings
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Four Weddings opening title card
Format Reality Show
Narrated by Fifi Box
Country of origin Australia
No. of series 2
No. of episodes 13
Production
Producer(s) Granada Media
Running time Approx 48 minutes per episode
Broadcast
Original channel Seven Network
Picture format 16:9
Original run 8 September 2010 – Present
Chronology
Related shows Four Weddings UK
External links
Website

Four Weddings is an Australian programme, based on the UK version of the same name. The series is narrated by Fifi Box and produced by Granada Media for the Seven Network.

The first season follows a similar style as Come Dine With Me Australia and involves four brides attending each other's weddings and rating them on their Dress, Ceremony, Food and Reception out of thirty marks. The second season features an altered format, with the guest brides rating the other weddings out of ten marks for the whole event.

At the end of each episode they discover which of the couples has won a luxury honeymoon. First series couples won their honeymoonn from the company Elegant Resorts & Villas, whilst second series winners won their honeymoon from company Coral Seas.[1]

Episode guide[edit]

Series 1[edit]

Episode 1[edit]

Aired: 8 September 2010 Scores
Rank Candidate Theme Budget Dress Ceremony Food Reception Total
1 Sothy East Meets West $40,000 18 18 21 16 73
2 Chez Black & White Extravaganza $20,000 16 22 16 12 66
3 Allana Fairytale $80,000 12 16 21 15 64
4 Tracey Historical Re-enactment $20,000 15 18 14 16 63

Episode 2[edit]

Aired: 15 September 2010 Scores
Rank Candidate Theme Budget Dress Ceremony Food Reception Total
1 Chani Lunch at the Pub $5,000 15 18 17 16 66
2 Tammy All Aussie $30,000 17 16 16 15 64
3 Catherine Keeping it Simple $10,000 18 14 15 16 63
4 Ngarie Gold Coast Spectacular $80,000 12 12 8 11 43

Episode 3[edit]

Aired: 21 September 2010 Scores
Rank Candidate Theme Budget Dress Ceremony Food Reception Total
1 Kayla Hollywood $50,000 21 15 22 24 82
2 Jessica Destination $25,000 14 18 22 17 71
3 Kathryn Bollywood $30,000 19 12 16 16 63
4 Nicole Pagan $20,000 17 5 12 9 43

Episode 4[edit]

Aired: 28 September 2010 Scores
Rank Candidate Theme Budget Dress Ceremony Food Reception Total
1 Maralena Beach Escape $20,000 24 18 15 20 77
2 Diana Do It Yourself $10,000 19 19 19 20 77
3 Heather Low Key $20,000 17 17 20 22 76
4 Lucy Bush Elegance $25,000 12 19 14 14 59

Episode 5[edit]

Aired: 5 October 2010 Scores
Rank Candidate Theme Budget Dress Ceremony Food Reception Total
1 Stephanie Fairytale $40,000 22 16 13 21 72
2 Yvette Old School Elegance $30,000 15 16 20 17 68
3 Kerry 1920's Mobster $20,000 10 13 17 16 56
4 Alice No Frills $8,000 13 17 6 9 45

Ratings[edit]

Series 1[edit]

Episode Date Aired Timeslot Rating Nightly Rank Weekly Rank
1.01 8 September 2010 Wednesday 7:40pm 1,012,000[2] 13[3] 33[2]
1.02 15 September 2010 1,100,000[4] 10[5] 28[4]
1.03 21 September 2010 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,054,000[6] 9[6] 31[7]
1.04 28 September 2010 1,023,000[8] 7[8] 31[9]
1.05 5 October 2010 1,109,000[10] 5[10] 13[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://au.tv.yahoo.com/four-weddings/ Four Weddings Official Website
  2. ^ a b Knox, David (12 September 2010). "The big bang on Nine’s Ratings theory". Retrieved 12 September 2010. 
  3. ^ "Ratings: Week 37". TV Tonight.com.au. Retrieved 10 September 2010. 
  4. ^ a b Knox, David (19 September 2010). "Run for the ratings". Retrieved 19 September 2010. 
  5. ^ "Ratings: Week 38". TV Tonight.com.au. Retrieved 17 September 2010. 
  6. ^ a b "Ratings: Week 39". TV Tonight.com.au. Retrieved 22 September 2010. 
  7. ^ Knox, David (26 September 2010). "2.8m for AFL but Nine wins the week". Retrieved 26 September 2010. 
  8. ^ a b "Ratings: Week 40". TV Tonight.com.au. Retrieved 29 September 2010. 
  9. ^ Knox, David (3 October 2010). "Blokes rule as Seven wins Week 40". Retrieved 3 October 2010. 
  10. ^ a b "Ratings: Week 41". TV Tonight.com.au. Retrieved 7 October 2010. [dead link]
  11. ^ Knox, David (10 October 2010). "Gold for Seven, Bronze for TEN in Week 41". Retrieved 11 October 2010. 

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