Halv åtta hos mig

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Halv åtta hos mig
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Halv åtta hos mig intertitle
Format Reality
Starring Helge Skoog
Country of origin Sweden
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 182
Production
Running time approx. 30 minutes (incl. adverts)
Broadcast
Original channel TV4
Picture format 480i (SDTV),
1080i (HDTV)
Original run 19:30 6 October 2008 – present
External links
Website

Halv åtta hos mig (Swedish for Half past seven at my place) is a TV4 television programme shown in Sweden, first broadcast in October 2008. The show is based on the ITV Studios television format Come Dine With Me broadcast on Channel 4 UK. The show has four amateur chefs competing against each other hosting a dinner party for the other contestants. Each competitor then rates the host's performance with the winner winning a 15,000 SEK cash prize. An element of comedy is added to the show through comedian Helge Skoog, who provides a sarcastic narration.

Series 1: Autumn 2008[edit]

Episodes Premiered Location Contestants
1–4 6 October 2008 Stockholm Peter Barlach Irenka Carlsson Lisa Almgren Khaled Bakkar
5–8 13 October 2008 Skåne Mikael Håkansson Valerie Thunell Malin Lindell Jens Holst
9–12 20 October 2008 Karlstad Ingella Arwidsson Jonas Langegård Lena Marie Andersson Joakim Näzell
13–16 3 November 2008 Stockholm Mats Lindberg Christina Estemars Jolanta Bujak Magnus Billström
17–20 10 November 2008 Jönköping Noah Likhaya Pelle Tengblad Susanne Dalsätt Lisa Lejon
21–24 17 November 2008 Gothenburg Sara Vahlberg Mattias Gereny Sverker Toreskog Anna Nelson
25–28 24 November 2008 Umeå Niklas Gustafsson Christer Johansson Josefin Holmgren Erik Wennberg
29–32 1 December 2008 Stockholm Carlo Borsatti Jeanette Predin Mithras Ljungberg Anni Bernhard

The last four episodes of the first series were shown over two weeks on 1, 2, 8 and 9 December 2008. The final episode had 373,000 viewers.[1]

Series 2: Spring 2009[edit]

Episodes Premiered Location Contestants
1–4 2 February 2009 Stockholm Johanna Figaro Ardy Strüwer Philip Hedberg Usha Ananthakrishnan
5–8 9 February 2009 Linköping Lars Mårelius Björn Rallare Elisabeth von Satzger Willy Svahn
9–12 16 February 2009 Malmö Christopher Larsson Martin Wezowski Rosemarie Geiss Louise Karlsson
13–16 23 February 2009 Falun / Borlänge Håkan Fåhraeus Kerstin Sahlin Kalle Fjällrud Anna-Lena Strömmer
17–20 2 March 2009 Stockholm Lena Helt Arya Monfared Philip Ajeenah Mathias Kemi
21–24 9 March 2009 Gotland Tomas Lönnhammar Margaretha Olin Josefin Ringbom Tommy Andersson
25–28 16 March 2009 Örebro Jessica Gunnarsson Peter Ebkar Lillemor Essén Peter Lindberg
29–32 23 March 2009 Västerås Katarina Feltendahl Johan Benzeriane Matti Koskinen Annsofi Söderholm
33–36 30 March 2009 Uppsala Johan Helander Katrin Mandl Therez Olsson Örjan Swing
37–40 6 April 2009 Gothenburg Dennis Bergsman Madeleine Karlenfjälls Anders Taube Anna West

Series 5: Autumn 2010[edit]

Episodes Premiered Location Contestants
1–4 6 September 2010 Stockholm Daniel Irina Lasse Lillemor
5–8 13 September 2010 Malmö Adjovi Nils-Olof Therese Per
9–12 20 September 2010 Gothenburg Jennifer Jonatan Staffan Sofie
13–16 27 September 2010 Falkenberg Mikaela Lasse Kerstin Fredrik
17–20 4 October 2010 Stockholm Couples Johan & Maria Bo & Birgitta Cecilia & Björn Fredrik & Matthias
21–24 11 October 2010 Malmö Isa Ola Christine Fredrik
25–28 18 October 2010 Eskilstuna Eric Alexander Inger Madeleine
29–32 8 November 2010 Stockholm Per Lisa Björn Greta
33–36 15 November 2010 Borås Jasna Bengt Christian Pia
37–40 22 November 2010 Piteå Crister Siw Jennie Hans
41–44 29 November 2010 Stockholm Nihan Sonja Efrem Andreas
45–48 6 December 2010 Öland Lotta Michel Staffan Marika

Series 6: Spring 2011[edit]

Episodes Premiered Location Contestants
1–4 10 January 2011 Stockholm Nic Ellinor Sandra Johnny
5–8 17 January 2011 Västerås Anna Mikael Örjan Mika
9–12 24 January 2011 Östersund Ingrid Johan Olle Sara
13–16 31 January 2011 Stockholm Monica Linda Rickard Ulf
17–20 7 February 2011  ?  ?? ?? ?? ??
21–24 14 February 2011 Stockholm Karolina Pehr Mimmi Marcus

Series 7: Autumn 2011[edit]

Episodes Premiered Location Contestants
1–4 29 Augusti 2011 Uppsala Helena Bruno Susanne Micke
5–8 5 September 2011 Stockholm Torkel Knutsson Louise Eriksson Torbjörn Bernhardsson Malena Enget

415,000 viewers watched the first episode of series 2, with 502,000 watching the final episode.[1]

438,000 viewers watched the first episode of series 3, with 863,000 watching the final episode.[1]

833,000 viewers watched the first episode of series 4, with 880,000 watching the episode shown on Wednesday 3 February 2010.[1]

788, 000 viewers watched 5 October 2010 episode with a 24.8% share of all viewers. It was the most-watched non-news programme of the day.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Helge Skoog om otroheten: Det var plågsamt | Nöjesbladet | Aftonbladet". Aftonbladet.se. 2010-02-10. Retrieved 2012-11-06. 
  2. ^ "Premiärfesten – här är siffrorna – Dagens Media" (in Swedish). Dagensmedia.se. Retrieved 2012-11-06.