Channel 4 commissions ‘The Undateables’ series 4

Extraordinary singletons set for C4 return

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Channel 4 has commissioned a fourth series of dating series, The Undateables, following the success of the third series.

The second highest rated show on Channel 4 in 2014 to date with an average of 3 million viewers, follows new extraordinary singletons looking for love. The four-episode series will also include a catch up to see how previous daters love lives have progressed.

The third series from production company Betty, also averaged 38,500 tweets per episode on social media, with show one generating nearly 57,000 tweets.

Channel 4 Factual Entertainment commissioning editor, Lucy Leveugle said: “I am delighted that The Undateables is returning for a new series. It has sensitivity, humour and attitude – all key C4 attributes. The consolidated figures show that it has won a special place in viewers’ hearts.”

Executive producer Sarah Spencer added: “We are incredibly proud of The Undateables’ continuing success and are thrilled to be making another series. We will be looking to maintain an eye-opening, refreshing and honest portrayal of dating with a disability.”

The Undateables will return in 2015.