How To Watch Season Two Of Farmer Wants A Wife
The hit dating show is back for a second season with four new farmers looking for love.
Ty Ferrell, Mitchell Kolinsky, Brandon Rogers and Nathan Smothers; Photos Provided
Farmer Wants A Wife, the most successful dating show in the world, will return this week for its second love-filled season.
When And Where Does Season Two Premiere?
Relationships will begin to form between four single farmers and their respective groups of women on night one of the new season, which is set to premiere on Thursday, Feb. 1 at 9/8 pm ET/CT on FOX.
These women will step away from their fast-paced lives in the big city and move to the suburban, rural communities in hopes of finding their forever partner, while simultaneously testing their limits to see if they have what it takes for country living. The unique format for the show has proved to be the perfect storm for connections to blossom all over the world. Farmer Wants A Wife currently airs in 32 countries and has resulted in 201 marriages and 514 children and counting.
Superstar entertainer and Grammy Award winner Jennifer Nettles will reclaim her role as host throughout the highly-anticipated season to help guide these farmers in their search for love.
Meet The Farmers
Season Two’s new crop of farmers includes Ty Ferrell, Mitchell Kolinsky, Brandon Rogers, and Nathan Smothers. Ty is a 42-year-old Team Roper who spends his days tending to horses and cattle on his 50-acre farm in Sikeston, MO. He is also the only single father this season. Twenty-seven-year-old Mitchell is a 1st generation farmer living in a charming 19th-century cabin in Mount Juliet, TN, and Brandon, 29, is a 2nd generation potato and barley farmer who continues his family farming legacy from the comfort of his hometown, Center, CO. The last eligible farmer bachelor is Nathan. Nathan is the youngest of the group at 23 and resides on his Bartow, FL 300-acre farm with an additional 500+ acre cattle property.
With diverse backgrounds in cattle ranching, citrus, potato, and barley farming, horse training, and more, the upcoming season promises to deliver an even more in-depth look at the journey of finding true love. Before splitting off to their respective homes, each farmer and their group of hopeful singles will meet and mutually select one another before the women are invited to experience life on the farm.
From there, the farmers show each group what it is really like on an actual working farm, from tending to the land, harvesting crops, and feeding cattle, to the behind-the-scenes business operations. The group of hopeful singles will immerse themselves in the reality of farm life as they learn how to tend to the land, harvest crops, feed cattle, and see all the behind-the-scenes aspects of business operations.
Do They Have What It Takes To Be A Farmer’s Wife?
Together, they will get their hands dirty out in the pasture and experience the less-than-glamorous tasks that these farmers go through each day to keep their businesses running smoothly. This adventure will also bring plenty of fun, laughter and love along with the hard work.
Viewers will watch as the farmers slowly eliminate members of their group down to just one contestant who will hopefully turn out to be their one true love in the end who is willing to put their old life behind them and enter a new venture in the country. This journey will take “patience, spirit and adaptability” as the women decide if they have what it takes to be a farmer’s wife.
Farmer Wants a Wife is produced by Eureka Productions. Paul Franklin, Chris Culvenor, and David Tibballs serve as executive producers. Lauren Taylor Harding serves as an executive producer and the showrunner of the series.
Season 2 of Farmer Wants A Wife premieres for a one-hour episode on Thursday, Feb. 1 at 9/8pm ET/CT on FOX.
Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.