Best dating shows ever

The actual show plays a bit like a miracle-of-birth version of “The Blair Witch Project”—and when a show’s suspense is generated from viewers wondering if a mother and her newborn are going to die, you’ve got to wonder how this ever got a green light.—James Hibberd The concept: Catch suspected relationship cheaters in the act. Lowlight: Host Joey Greco getting stabbed during a confrontation." class="lazy Owl owl-lazy" data-action="gallery-slide-image" The first same-sex dating show could’ve been groundbreaking TV.Instead, viewers watched gay bachelor James Getzlaff romance 15 men; unbeknownst to him, almost half of them were just pretending to be gay. " class="lazy Owl owl-lazy" data-action="gallery-slide-image"The first same-sex dating show could’ve been groundbreaking TV.Instead, viewers watched gay bachelor James Getzlaff romance 15 men; unbeknownst to him, almost half of them were just pretending to be gay. Britney began her intimate look at the great American love story that was Federspears by asking “ Can you handle my truth?” The “truth” turned out to be a blandly narcissistic collage of home videos, in which Britney often raved about the duo’s great sex life. " class="lazy Owl owl-lazy" data-action="gallery-slide-image"Britney began her intimate look at the great American love story that was Federspears by asking “Can you handle my truth?

—Hillary Busis There are two words to describe the Carter family: hot mess.Sometimes the blind dates pan out, most times they do not. About a decade ago, the great series went on its final voyage. For some unknown reason, Blind Date crossed my mind today. This should come as no surprise to anyone who knows me and my love of falling down a You Tube rabbit hole, but this morning, I spent a preposterous amount of time watching clips of old episodes of Blind Date.Long before there were captivating dating shows like Are You The One? If you are not familiar with the brilliant program, allow me to break it down: As you might’ve gleaned from the name of the Roger Lodge-hosted show, people go on blind dates. Why am I typing words about this now-defunct reality show today? I've chosen a few that are truly worth a revisit (or a first visit)/worth carving out a chunk of your day for: This is, as Roger Lodge warns before the footage begins, a Date from Hell. I am as obsessed by these clips as Mark is obsessed by reptiles.The format is simple: Two strangers are set up and sent off on a blind date. Producers add captions, thought bubbles, and animated jokes to the final cut. One highlight: After propositioning Christine, Steven calls his date "pretty dumb."As terrific as videos these videos are, they're just the tip of the iceberg.

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