That's exactly the feeling I had when I learned about Hater — the new dating app that seeks to match potential partners based on mutual hatreds.
The app is based on the premise that people bond more closely over the things that irritate or infuriate them than shared likes or interests. Nothing brings people together more effectively than hatred.
We're all familiar with the "slow clap" moment — when someone finally catches up with the bleeding obvious and you're full of sarcastic congratulations for their recognition of basic reality.
Like when a friend realises that the title of the show Party of Five has a double meaning, or that the gears of capitalism are oiled with the blood of the workers.
The episodes are short and snappy, with no padding in the story. I watched both seasons tonight and each was as good as the last. Surprisingly, the episodes were mostly between 5-9 minutes.
Hopefully the writers of the show will make another series with 22 minute slots. This show is all about character development and learning to better oneself.
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Now, are they just being best friends or something else altogether, only time will tell!After starring together in the show, as Shiv and Sati, Mouni Roy and Mohit Raina’s on-screen chemistry was a hit among the audiences. Across the pond, however, and there’s a very different TV dating show in the pipeline: one inspired by President Donald Trump.A new app called Pilot is launching its beta version at the end of March (only on i OS, sorry Android users).Pilot separates itself from the droves of Tinder knock-offs with one interesting twist: It's designed specifically for TV and movie lovers.