Farmer Wants a Wife, May 2, 2024, FOX, “Family City Visits Part 2”

Farmer Wants a Wife

Farmer Wants a Wife, continues with its second season, offering a unique twist on romance as four farmers seek their soulmates among 32 women looking to exchange city life for the rural charm of farm living. In “Family City Visits Part 2,” airing on FOX on Thursday May 2, the show transitions from the pastoral setting to the concrete jungle, as the farmers visit the hometowns of the four remaining ladies.

The episode promises to be intense, with the farmers stepping out of their comfort zones and into the spotlight as they face probing questions from the women’s family and friends. This role reversal will test the strength of their connections and provide insight into the backgrounds and lifestyles of the potential partners.

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The four farmers, Ty Ferrell, Mitchell Kolinsky, Brandon Rogers, and Nathan Smothers, each bring their own distinct personalities and farming backgrounds to the show. From a 50-acre farm in Sikeston, Missouri, to a new farm in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, and a 1,000-acre potato and barley farm in Center, Colorado, these men are looking for love and a partner to share their unique lifestyles.

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As the season draws closer to its conclusion, the pressure is on for the farmers to determine who can truly embrace farm life and who is better suited for city living. With the farmers visiting the ladies’ hometowns, the dynamics of the relationships will be tested, and the stage is set for emotional goodbyes or lasting commitments.

Farmer Wants a Wife: Family City Visits Part 2 airs on FOX at 9:02 pm on Thursday, May 2, 2024.

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