Old dating game shows
Movie romances have simply not been enough and instead, we've been watching real people try (sometimes, too hard) to find love in what many would call a hopeless place - national television.But alas, it has worked for some, while proving to be a complete train wreck for others.The show, presented by Caroline Flack, throws a bunch of good looking singletons together in a huge Spanish mansion for six weeks in the hope that they’ll find love.It's been the talking point of the summer as it caused never-ending drama, on/off relationships, humiliating betrayals and some seriously X-rated sex scenes – so pretty much everything we love to hate on TV.The show's already a hit among the Village residents: More than 250 people came out to the first audition.
, and The Dating Game) created the show, which follows The Dating Game format—except all of the contestants are part of the senior crowd.The bachelor or bachelorette can't see the three contestants and must pick a date solely on their answers to certain questions."Funny enough, they reveal a lot about themselves, their sense of humor, what they like to do, what they want to be, and it was pleasant," contestant Rodney Maister told L.“So you start to get familiar with them – what they like and don’t like.” He adds that if he were to give the guys advice, it would be “to be honest and have fun.” “The Choice” on NBC, like the same channel’s “The Voice,” uses the famous swivel chairs to add suspense.
In this show, the eligible bachelors are celebrities like Dean Cain and Pauly D, who rival against one another sitting in the monstrous moveable thrones as they listen to non-celebrity prospective dates pitch themselves.
If successful, it can bring millions of dollars, if not, it’s forgotten as soon as it came on the air.” George Lopez made his premiere as a dating host last night on FOX, by descending to the stage on a lift.