Returning: Better Date than Never

Singles and doubles are ready to strike the mallet in a second season of ABC dating series.

Season Two of Better Date than Never screens on ABC in February with new singles who take their first step into the dating world.

There are also two returning characters Chinese International student Charles (28), transgender farmer Dianne (68) plus Liv and Ben, who found love in Series One.

Kento (25) is an I.T. worker and self-confessed geek, who hasn’t had much opportunity to meet women IRL (In Real Life). Seventh Day Adventist, Asher (22), is navigating the rulebooks of her religion and culture to find a pathway to her first ever date. Jack (21) has held back pursuing romance as he believes his Cerebral Palsy may be perceived as a burden. While Allycia (28) has never dated but desperately wants the full fairy-tale. Particularly if it’s with Chris Hemsworth!

With a little help from the producers, the participants launch themselves into a world they’ve always found daunting but wanted to explore. They are matched with a potential suitor, and ready themselves to meet them on a blind date. We are with them as they experience the most important moment of their dating lives: the beginning.

From the whirlwind of speed dating, to romantic candlelight dinners and playful theme park dates, we follow our participants on the sometimes-rocky road to finding love. As their stories develop – connections will be made, hearts will break, love will blossom.

Refreshingly real, honest and diverse, Better Date than Never is a warm-hearted series exploring the world of dating and relationships, from the creators of Love on the Spectrum.

Production Credit: A Northern Pictures production. Developed and produced in association with the ABC with development support from Screen Australia.

Created and executive produced by Cian O’Clery and Karina Holden. Series Director Mariel Thomas. Supervising Producer Jenni Wilks. Associate Producers Laura Grace and Mary Finnigan. ABC Head of Factual Susie Jones. ABC Commissioning Editor, Factual, Stephen Oliver.

8:30pm Tuesday February 20 on ABC.

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