“Love is in the meadow”: many twists and turns for the 10th season

& laquo; Love is in the previous & rdquo;: lots of twists for the 10th season

MISE & Agrave; DAY

The 10 th season of Love is in the meadow , which begins this Thursday on the airwaves of Noovo, will be particularly rich in twists.

This is what Martin Métivier suggested , producer of reality TV content, at a roundtable with the media on Wednesday.

All of the couples who formed during the filming, which began in August, “survived the crucial holiday season, which is the period when couples usually solidify or crumble,” he said. -he clarified.

Unlike last season, where the reconciliations were quarterly timed and limited to 15 minutes, this year, farmers were able to take advantage of the pre-Omicron era to have reconciliations without limits, while respecting the sanitary measures in place, added Martin Métivier.

The couples were even able to fly to Mexico at the end of the season, in November, with the added bonus of the three couples formed last year, who due to the pandemic had not been able to travel outside the country. Quebec.

Love stories marked by doubts

This year, the doubts and the great questioning of farmers will feed a lot of love stories, leaving room for all scenarios at the level of the narrative framework, “sometimes even to tear the heart out”, the producer told the content.

“For some, the love story takes shape quite quickly, while others will be more reflective and others will wait until the last second before dying. 'stop their choice on the contender [with whom they will go on the final trip] ”, he added.

“ When I look at the cards on paper, I make bets in my head, and honestly this year, none of that has happened, ”said host Katherine Levac.

The comedian, who gave birth to his twins during the season, has also not shied away from his pleasure in watching reality TV. According to her, the great strength of the show is letting farmers be masters of their choice of activities with their suitors.

“It's not like they are still doing TV, ”she said, also recalling the great diversity among farmers.

“Joé, who has an ancestral farm, is interesting in talking and showing it, going to his house and seeing his practices. It was also fun to go to Marika's with her mother and her female buddies to almost talk behind the guys' backs, ”said the Franco-Ontarian host, who also proudly welcomed the presence of Denis, 53 years old, a field crop producer from Casselman, Ontario.

Not to mention the presence of Luka, 24, a gay dairy farmer from Chaudière-Appalaches.

From the farm to Instagram

Former Love is in the Meadow participants increased their social media presence after their appearances on the show to explain their reality. An initiative welcomed by the host.

“I understand that it is part of the game for people leaving Big Brother or OD , but few are those who make “stories” to explain how to put on a milker. For me, there is still a difference in their approach and in the values ​​they advocate, ”she said.

The main goal of the show remains to create couples and not public figures, underlined the production, although it remains present to accompany the participants and make them aware of their public image.

A book comprising testimonies, confidences and letters from the contenders will hit newsstands on February 9. The work is published by Éditions Pratico-Pratiques.

Love is in the meadow , which saw the birth of 27 babies and 15 couples, begins this Thursday, at 8 p.m. , on Noovo.

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