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New ITV dating show is looking for estate agents

A new dating show to be broadcast on ITVBe is looking for single estate and letting agents to take part. 

‘When do you get off?’, a ten episode series from production company Keshet UK, will see one singleton date four potential suitors at their workplace.  

After dating on the job, the singleton will decide which of their four dates they like best and meet them when they ‘get off work’.


The show is due to be broadcast later this year and its producers are looking for agents to carry out dates at their offices. 

Half of the date is spent with the singletons getting to know each other while one of them is at work and the second half is spent in a local bar or coffee shop, allowing the daters to get to know each other better.

“The reason we’d like to feature an estate agent is because their job reflects a lot of modern-day young professionals. Our target audience is 18-30 bracket, and with a large percentage of workers working in sales jobs, in particular property, we’d love to feature this in the series,” says Davinia Richardson, one of the show’s casting producers.  

She says that the nature of the show also means it is a great opportunity for potential exposure and publicity for the daters’ employers. 

“We don’t want to disrupt the normal running of the business, nor do we want to distract any of the staff or workers so we’re very flexible and can have detailed discussions with the company directors to ensure our filming is managed to their criteria,” she adds. 

If you’re looking to take yourself ‘off the market’, you can request an application form by contacting Keshet UK on: ukcasting@keshet-tv.com or 0203 771 0055.

  • Jon  Tarrey

    ITVBe is expert when it comes to making dross like this. Sounds truly awful - you'd have to pay me to watch!

  • Rob  Davies

    Where do I sign up?

  • Daniel Roder

    Sounds utterly dreadful. What more do you expect from ITVBe, though? They are the home of TOWIE, after all.

  • Emma  Mitchell

    Where do they get these ideas from?

    Surely no office would be willing for this to take place! I doubt it would generate great publicity for the business either if I'm completely honest.

  • Michelle  Scott

    The whole concept is certainly different compared to ITV's normal dating programs.
    But in all honesty all it will really do is disrupt the work place no matter how hard they try not to!

  • Neil Briggs

    It's on ITVBe, so only about 50 people will have to suffer it. I won't be one of them.

  • Jamie  Humm

    Doesn't sound like a great watch, does it?


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