Me quedo contigo, the local adaptation of the Fremantle format, made its debut on Telecinco (Mediaset) as the highest-rated show of the day.

Spanish TV saw a night of premieres this Thursday with two international formats that made their debut and competed against each other: Fremantle’s Take Me Out and Talpa’s Around the World with 80-Year-Olds.

And the winner was Take Me Out, whose local version, Me quedo contigo, was the highest-rated show of the day with a 13.3% share and 1,480,000 viewers on Telecinco (Mediaset).

Por el mundo a los 80, the Spanish adaptation of the Talpa format, reached an 11.7% share and 1,133,000 viewers.

Take Me Out has already been adapted in over 30 countries, including the UK, France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.

It’s a particular dating show in which 20 girls seek to find a partner. To do this, they will go to the program accompanied by their mothers, who will be in charge of evaluating the candidates and deciding whether or not it would be worthwhile to share a first date with their daughters, who will be contemplating everything that happens on set from a spy room.

The 20 mothers will be placed behind a lectern with a red button, which will be activated if they are not interested in continuing to meet the candidate.

At the end of his presentation, the single will choose two mothers from among all those who do not have their lectern in red. After you have made your choice, you will have the chance to meet your daughters and decide with whom you want to date.