For over a decade now, we've replaced rom-coms with rom-competitions.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.They will meet eligible single men in a Caribbean island setting.
The network suits are as craven as ever ("Are you serious?
" one asks, when he sees the proposed black star), and the show's creator (Craig Bierko) just as nutty.
Have you ever been on a blind date and felt there was something missing — such as your parents?
A new television series that premiered on Saturday provides just that, with the slogan “Chinese-style blind dating; feel more secure with parents present.” Anchored by popular host Jin Xing — who has been called China’s transgender Oprah — and produced by Shanghai’s Dragon TV, “Chinese Dating” mimics traditional blind dates arranged by parents, placing a female candidate in front of five bachelors’ families instead of the potential suitor himself.
The chill of winter brings with it breaks for some TV shows, but not reality TV: More than two dozen new and returning shows will debut in December alone, with many others following in the new year.
This reality TV show schedule lists debut dates and time slots for new and returning reality shows this winter and beyond.
The real soap opera unfolds as new couples are formed and have to discover whether or not they have the compatibility to make their relationships last.
COUPLED will also feature the one thing that all modern romances have in common – texting.
In many respects, the first few episodes of season two feel like a reprise of the first.