The popular series that follows kiwi couples on their trip down the aisle.
The first series showcased a veritable roller-coaster of emotions, a smorgesbord of drama, more than a smattering of humour and proved that while your Wedding Day may be the happiest day of your life, it’s highly unlikely to be a smooth ride to the altar.
In the second series, Hitched promises to deliver more of the same, starting with a stunning $100,000 ceremony performed – in the buff!
In 2009 The Edge radio station ran a massive nationwide campaign looking for one plucky couple brave enough to bare all in their Nudie Nuptial promotion. Come the big day, the Hitched team are there to capture them in all their glory… and this one-of-a-kind wedding sets the tone for our 2010 season.
There are the on-line gamers getting married at their local biker HQ, the big budget fairytale wedding that comes complete with a wicked mother-in-law, committed Christians who are saving themselves for their wedding night, and one couple determined to ditch low-budget for no-budget, going to extreme lengths to spend zip-zero-nothing on their big day.
Once again, Hitched is right there alongside each of our couples, with our cameras covering all the drama involved in organising this mammoth, life-changing event.
With ceremonies that range from cheap and cheerful to high-end glam, from classically conservative to mystic New Age, from beautifully simple to simply bizarre, the second series of Hitched promises more tears, more tantrums, more feral family members, and – finally – all the romance and beauty of a wedding.
Hitched … tying the knot kiwi-style since 2009!
Promotional TrailerComing soon
Producers: Damien Comerford, Anna Lynch
Exec producer: Nigel Snowden
Network exec: Sue Woodfield
Field Director: Sacha Handsaker
Offline Editor: Didi Lagerqvist
Online Editor: Joe Lawry
Production managers: Rachael Fleury, Vanessa Rapati
Production assistant: Carita de Jong, Alice Walters
Production runner: Laura Peters
Camera: Jan Polak, Jos Wheeler, Garth Merrylees, Sjaak te Brake, Carita de Jong
Sound: Phil Donovan
Narrator: Bill Kerton
Production accountant: Heidi Salter
Funded by: TV3