In an official announcement statement on the TV3 website, dark-haired stud Jordan revealed 'meeting someone and the dating scene these days is crazy', so a televised pursuit for love seems like a plausible option at this stage in his life.
And being on screen will certainly be no new experience to the eligible hunk, as he has starred in local Kiwi film and television productions including The Brokenwood Mysteries, Westside and Hope And Wire.
And his job has given him the opportunity to rub shoulders with some of Hollywood's elite, most recently working with Margot Robbie and Chris Pine on post-apocalyptic sci-fi film Z for Zachariah, shot mainly in New Zealand.
And no doubt his passion for roaring engines may be influenced by his businessman father Phil Mauger, a known race car enthusiast in Christchurch who was involved in a crash while en route to the 2015 Bathurst 12 Hour race in Australia's New South Wales last year.
The new Dutch show "A Whole New Beginning" takes the idea to another level by getting families to sell-up and move to a South American jungle to begin again from scratch.
Each family is given 75,000 euros (,000) to build a new home and life, while their assets at home are frozen. The upcoming Israeli show "Sex Tape" takes the bull by the horns in a new form of public sex therapy where couples are encouraged to film their lovemaking.
Which is why Latin American producers have come up with two shows to test love to the limits first.- Five-month stag party -Chile's "Double Temptation" puts soon-to-be-married couples in adjoining Big Brother-style houses to see if they can resist the blandishments of "14 attractive singletons" bent on seducing them."Marry If You Can" from neighbouring Argentina subjects couples to a five-month stag party replete with multiple temptations."Only true love can pass the test", the producers claim, with the winning couple getting a house, a paid-for paradise wedding and a honeymoon.
British channel E4 uses a more scientific approach.
"Every woman loves a plumber," especially, it turns out, one who can take orders. The two hosts choose a "perfect match" from among them, who then cross a mountain lake in a swan pedal boat to spend the night in a love-nest cabin.
"She was in the same department as Rich and was like, 'The search if over, I've found him. ' That was it." "We're going out four years now and she's married to Paul Connolly, a guy she also met in TV3, so we say it's the best dating agency ever." Richard went down on bended knee and popped the question to Ciara on New Year's Eve in her home county of Donegal in December 2015.