Jewish Matchmaking, a new Netflix series that will premiere on May 3, has a firm release date.
The show will follow singles in the US and Israel as they employ the customary method of shidduchim to find their ideal mate. Its host is famous matchmaker Aleeza Ben Shalom.
The matchmaking multiverse is expanding! Here’s your first look at a Jewish Matchmaking, coming May 3 to @netflix (just two weeks after the season 3 premiere of Indian Matchmaking!) 💗💙💗💙 pic.twitter.com/JJI1ItCzio
— Smriti Mundhra (@SmritiMundhra) March 30, 2023
Release Time and Number of Episodes
On Wednesday, May 3, all eight episodes of Jewish Matchmaking will be available at once. Each 30-minute program will provide viewers a thorough examination of both contemporary love and the antiquated tradition of shidduchim.
Aleeza Ben Shalom, a matchmaker
The matchmaker Aleeza Ben Shalom, who hosts the program, is crucial to its success. Ben Shalom, the creator of Marriage Minded Mentor, is dedicated to assisting singles in finding their ideal partner. She has a wealth of expertise in matchmaking and is dedicated to supporting people no matter their age, affiliation, or stage of life.
recently, in an interview with E! Today, Ben Shalom expressed her excitement at the chance to employ traditional knowledge to help contemporary singles in their search for love. By saying, “Join me and daters from throughout the U.S. and Israel as we delve into ancient wisdom and apply it to modern love,” she reassures viewers that she is not a conventional matchmaker.
The cast of the show, according to Netflix, includes Dani, Aleeza, Noah, Ori, and Nakysha.
Will employing the conventional method of shidduchim dating enable them discover their true match in the modern world? asks the official synopsis of the show.
In an effort to locate their ideal match, participants from the US and Israel will entrust Ben Shalom with their dating lives.
Insight into the world of Orthodox Jewish dating and matchmaking will be provided by Jewish Matchmaking, which promises to provide a distinctive viewpoint. Viewers can anticipate seeing a novel approach to dating and matchmaking under Ben Shalom’s direction and skill.
Although there isn’t a trailer for the show yet, as the premiere date draws near, viewers should anticipate trailers and other marketing materials. In addition to Love is Blind and Too Hot to Handle, Jewish Matchmaking is slated to be a distinctive addition to Netflix’s expanding catalog of dating programs.
Jewish Matchmaking promises to give viewers a fun and instructive experience with its intriguing premise and skilled matchmaker. On May 3, viewers can check in to see how the antiquated tradition of shidduchim is brought to life in the present.