'Come Dine With Me Canada' coming to P.E.I.

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Come Dine With Me Canada coming to P.E.I.

W Network's Come Dine With Me Canada is coming to Prince Edward Island.

Come Dine With Me Canada is a lively half hour series that follows five strangers as they compete to throw the perfect dinner party for their fellow amateur chefs.

Each dinner party host is given one night to impress their party attendees and competitors with scrumptious food, sparkling décor and stimulating conversation.

At the end of the night, each diner rates the party.

The very next night, it's another mouth-watering meal at another host's home, once again, the dinner-party marathoners rate the night.

At the end of the week, the top rated host or hostess wins the reward of $1,000 and bragging rights as the ‘host with the most'.

Over the past two seasons, Come Dine With Me Canada has been restricted to Ontario, but for Season Three, Tourism Prince Edward Island is helping bring the show to the East Coast.

"We're really excited to be heading to P.E.I.,"  says series producer Amy Hosking.

"It's the smallest province but it's got the biggest heart! I know we'll find some really spectacular hosts with amazing menus.

"Even if you aren't up to the challenge we all know someone who is a great host, pass the word on to them, they might be interested in competing".

Officials with Tourism P.E.I. say Come Dine With Me Canada is the highest rated lifestyle show in Canada, averaging 1.4 million viewers every week.

The province is investing $35,000-$40,000 to help cover costs over and above the regulation production costs. The show is normally produced in the Toronto area.

To apply send us an email at:comedinewithme@propertelevision.com or call, 1-866-598-2591. Producers from the show will meet the best candidates this February in P.E.I.

Geographic location: Canada, Prince Edward Island, Ontario East Coast Toronto

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  • Leila
    May 08, 2012 - 00:32

    It's going to be hard to 'remain courteous' when commenting on this show. Where do they get such rude, obnoxious people ? Do they screen them to find people with absolutely NO class ? And the commentator is equally as rude. I'm not impressed to have these people represent Canada in any way. It would be nice to see 5 people with some manners, because the basis of the show is pretty good. I watched it a couple times, and unfortunately that was a couple times too many. =(