Love on a Saturday Night

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Love on a Saturday Night
Presented by Davina McCall
Starring Jonathan Wilkes
(external presenter)
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 2
Running time 60 minutes
(including commercials)
Production company(s) LWT
Distributor ITV Studios
Original network ITV
Picture format 16:9
Original release 7 February (2004-02-07) – 22 May 2004 (2004-05-22)

Love on a Saturday Night was a London Weekend Television produced game show that aired on ITV between 7 February and 22 May 2004. It was a replacement show for Blind Date, and lasted only two series before being axed.

The main game[edit]

The main round would be based in the middle of the studio where either three men or three women (it would alternate each week) would be wearing different coloured masks and known as Mr Red/Miss Ruby, Mr Blue/Miss Sapphire, Mr Green/Miss Emerald (this was the blind date bit), then the person asking the questions would be standing to one side of them with Davina.

Celebrity dating[edit]

Other features included Celebrity dates. This was a chance for a member of the audience to be surprised and go on a date with a celebrity. Some of the celebrities included were:


Jonathan Wilkes' outside broadcasts were only featured in Series 1 as a member of the public uttered a profanity live on air when surprised by Wilkes and his camera crew, before the 9 o'clock watershed. Thereafter, the programme was also taped as opposed to being broadcast live.

All episodes originated from The London Studios.

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