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The program makers, with the help of SBS, recently put a call out for Australian singles willing to appear on the show and be scrutinised in similar fashion to its home-grown version, in which male guests are grilled by a panel of 24 Chinese women looking for love. In each episode, five men appear one at a time on stage to be judged by the panel.

The power rests with the women who can decide whether to opt in or out of a date after viewing short videos of the male contestants and putting them through a series of embarrassing Q&As.

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Popular SBS 2 shows will be retained, including The Feed, SBS Pop Asia and cult Chinese dating show If You Are the One.

There will also coverage of the weekly A-League match on Friday night.

SBS Viceland is one of the most anticipated TV channel launches in recent times.

The decision to replace SBS 2 with SBS Viceland drew stinging criticism from some segments of the media, claiming it was a departure from the SBS charter and a sign the multicultural broadcaster should be merged with the ABC.

SBS chief executive Michael Ebeid defended the tie-up saying that Viceland produced culturally diverse, global content and the charters of the two organisations were “very much aligned”.