I Wanna Marry "Harry", Season 1HD
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From the network that brought you “Joe Millionaire” comes I WANNA MARRY “HARRY.” Reality meets romance, with a little twist, as an average English “bloke,” who looks remarkably like His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales, also known as Prince Harry, is given an upper-crust makeover before meeting 12 American women searching for Prince Charming. Airs Tuesdays at 9/8c, beginning May 20 on FOX
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRoyal Masquerade Begins||Reality meets romance, with a little twist, when 12 American women are flown to England to meet their potential “Prince Charming.” What they don’t know is that they’ll be meeting Matthew Hicks, an average English “bloke” who bears a remarkable resemblance to Prince Harry. See what happens when these beautiful ladies see their “prince” for the first time at a “royal” masquerade ball and find out if they fall for the charade.||43:12||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCompeting for the Crown||Rose enjoys the first one-on-one date with “Sir,” and they take a helicopter ride to a secluded beach. Later, “Sir” challenges the ladies to a game of cricket and they have a chance to show off their athletic abilities.||43:13||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSpotted By the Paparazzi||“Sir” takes Kimberly on an incredible hot air balloon ride over England and on a secluded picnic, but their date is disrupted by some pesky paparazzi who follow them. Later, back at the estate, the ladies are treated to a pool party fit for a royal and the girls show “Sir” their best American dance moves.||43:13||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMy "Brother" William||The speculation about “Sir’s” identity intensifies as one lady finds a very telling photograph in “Sir’s” room. Later, the luxurious dates continue with a yacht ride down the River Thames, horseback riding and badminton in the estate gardens. Drama amongst the ladies reaches an all-time high and one lady questions her desire to remain at the estate.||43:14||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Pageant for the "Prince"||One lucky lady gets a taste of home when “Sir” takes her out in a muscle car for lunch at a classic American diner in the English countryside. The competition between the ladies comes to a head when they’re asked to compete in a beauty pageant for the title of “Miss Deerfield Manor.” Keeping with the all-American theme, “Sir” then puts on a carnival for the girls, complete with Ferris wheel, hot dogs, games and more.||43:13||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe "Royal" Treatment||The ladies are challenged to complete a military boot camp obstacle course and the winner receives some coveted one-on-one time with the “prince.” Later that evening, “Sir” surprises one special lady with a romantic dinner for two in the estate garden and sparks fly between them. Meanwhile, the tension and jealousy between some of the ladies reaches a breaking point and one lady makes an important confession to “Sir” when she has a moment alone with him.||43:12||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA "Regal" Rumble||The “Regal” Rumble: “Sir” throws the ladies a Roman toga party, but one lady starts to suspect that “Sir” might not be who he says he is.||43:13||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe "Fairytale" Ends||The Fairytale Ends: In the exciting conclusion, “Sir” must finally reveal the truth about his charade. And find out the shocking twist that even he doesn’t see coming.||43:12||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDVideoI Wanna Marry "Harry" First Look||The executive producers give a first look of the new dating experiment around 12 American women vying for the hand of a pretended “Prince.” I WANNA MARRY “HARRY” airs Tuesdays at 8/7c, starting May 27 on FOX.||3:02||Free||View in iTunes|
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I wanna see it just to see the idiot women
I love the premise of Joe Millionaire, and the thing people don't understand is that even though a lot of this stuff is scripted, believe me the girls on these shows are truly this utterly ridiculous, I've met a bunch of them by chance for a Bachelor casting once where I was working in an adjacent studio as a photographer. Anyhow, many of the final selection of women were there that day and conversing with a few by chance I'm gonna tell you they are really this stupid, and slightly delusional and very immature in their expectations of relationship and marriage. They are also the 20 something version of the girls that we all hated in high school, and the great part is, they're being totally exploited. Producers just pay them not that much and make serious bank tossing them into a viper pit of other catty girls, filming it and basically lining their wallers at the 'emotional' expense and ego torture of these women. It's like Girls Gone Wild, I love that Joe Francis shamelessly exploits and profits from all those girls I loathed in high school, I tip my hat to all this, cause at the end of the day the joke is truly on them.
An interesting premise
As someone who watches ALL of the dating reality shows, this one is better than many of them. At least there's a minimum of fighting and drunken childish drama. Sometimes, though, I feel embarrassed for Matt, the star of the show because he seems embarrassed and awkward to be pretending to be a prince. There are some cringe-worthy moments.
Good reality show
I like this show. I think it is pretty entertaining and the guy plays the part well