Me quedo contigo, the local version of the Fremantle format, will premiere on the Spanish network’s screen this year.

Telecinco announced the premiere of Me quedo contigo, the local adaptation of British format, Take Me Out, by Fremantle.

The Spanish version, which finished filming this week, will be presented by Jesus Vazquez and feature 20 girls looking for love.

The contestants will be accompanied by their mothers, who will be responsible for 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 the set from a spy room, unable to communicate with their parents.

The 20 mothers will be placed behind a stand with a red button, which they will activate in case they don’t want to continue to get to know the candidate.

At the end of his presentation, the bachelor will choose two mothers among all those who do not have their stand red. After having made your choice, you will have the possibility to meet your daughters and decide with whom you want to have an appointment.

Take Me Out was adapted in more than 30 countries, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.