|Luca Barbareschi (Luca)|
|Four Point Entertainment|
|Group W Productions|
"Today on That's Amore: (insert clips from the episode along with Dean Martin's song) (insert info on the couples for the show) they are here today to present those gripes and our studio audience will decide who has the most convincing arguments. Will it be (insert wife's name) who brought her (insert family member and name) to support her or (insert husband's name) who has his (insert family member and name) to back him up? Will find out today. And now the star of That's Amore, Luca!"
"This is an article for the short-lived 1992-93 Syndicated series, for the equally short-lived 2008 MTV reality series, see That's Amore (2)"
That's Amore was a short-lived, relationship show that featured both a husband and wife airing their gripes about each other while letting the studio audience decide who was right. The series itself was an adaptation of the Italian show called C'eravamo tanto amati (We Had So Loved).
Each mate presented three complaints about the other who tried to defend himself or herself. In addition, both the husband and wife had friends or relatives to support them in their defense. The winning player received an "Amore" ring and the couple was sent on a second honeymoon trip.
That's Amore by Dean Martin
The Production Group, Los Angeles, CA
The show's title and theme music was based on a popular 1953 song of the same name, originally sung by Dean Martin of the Rat Pack fame.
The original Italian version called C'eravamo Tanto Amati (We Had So Loved) also hosted by Luca Barbareschi aired on Rete 4 from 1989 until 1994.
Based on the Italian series called C'eravamo Tanto Amati (We Had So Loved).