The new version does add a few modern tweaks, like the daters recording selfie confessionals after the date, but the too-talky format feels oddly sterile. ) Before we get any further, I need to address the show’s set… I don’t know why every TV game show set has to look like — which debuted almost two decades ago!Couldn’t they just film the dates and let us see what happened for ourselves? — but it’s an especially jarring fit for a dating show.If you’ve ever watched a Real Housewives reunion or an episode of Bravo’s Watch What Happen Live, you know that Andy Cohen isn’t afraid to ask a personal question.In fact, the 48-year-old TV host admits that meddling has always sort of been his thing.ET on Fox), we chatted with Cohen about dating deal breakers, playing cupid, and which Real Housewife he wants to find love. It’s funny because I’m not part of Bachelor Nation and he’s not part of Real Housewives Nation, so we didn’t really cross paths.
Here, we’re setting someone up and saying, ‘This is the person you’re going to spend the next few hours with. There’s something really cool about it, I think." Ahead of the show’s premiere (Thursday at 9 p.m.
This show is supposed to be all about love and romance… Any faint glimmer of romance that’s left is extinguished by a rather crass twist: Before the main contestant picks their favorite among the three dates, the audience votes on who the best match for them is.
If they pick the same person, the contestant wins ,000.
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