Abbie Chatfield to host FBoy Island

Noisy dating show attracts a profile name as host for 2023 series.

Ex-Bachelor contestant and Masked Singer judge Abbie Chatfield will host reality series FBoy Island for Binge.

The 10-episode series will follow three Australian women on their quest to find love, helping each other to navigate the world of dating as they attempt to uncover who are the self-proclaimed “nice guys” looking for love, and who are the self-proclaimed “FBoys” only there to play the game and win the cash prize.

“I am so excited to be hosting FBoy Island in 2023 and can’t wait to work on a dating show that encourages women to work together and support each other in the pursuit of finding love, and separating those charming Fboys from the lovely nice guys,” she said.

Binge Executive Director, Alison Hurbert-Burns said: “We are thrilled to announce that Abbie Chatfield will be hosting FBoy Island, and are looking forward to bringing Binge viewers this exciting new dating show in 2023, adding to our slate of the world’s best reality shows.

“Abbie is a bright talent who is making waves in the media and entertainment industry with her electric personality and unfiltered opinions and will be a great addition to the show.”

Casting has now commenced for single women and men at fboyislandcasting.com.au.

FBoy Island is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia (WBITVP) for BINGE. FBoy Island is an original format licensed by WBITVP.

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  1. The US version is being ripped off HBO MAX and is being written off for tax purposes by Warner. They want nothing to do with it.

    It’s going to bomb in Australia. The audience is saturated by Island/Romance-reality.
    I wonder if Foxtel have a way out of this mess without mucking up the next HBO negotiations 😛

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