Check out the roller coaster evolution of dating shows below.
Each episode helped one man or woman find a date with eligible contestants. The potential partners were hidden out of sight behind a board while the eligible bachelor or bachelorette made decisions based solely on their answers and voices.
During each episode, the guys will receive a challenge from a anonymous "Player Operator" (usually voiced by a mysterious guest, ala Charlie's Angels) that test the "player's" skills.
“When you originally hear ‘dating TV reality show,’ you don’t just jump at it. I feel like a lot of NFL players, a lot of guys in the league, are trying to get out from under the helmet. I know there’s a lot of guys that would jump at the bit to date 50 women on TV.” That’s right. “The hardest part was that there was like three of them named Veronica and then there was one named Victoria.
has greenlit a reality dating series starring NFL star Travis Kelce, the network announced Thursday.
“Catching Kelce,” an eight-episode series, will invite 50 women from 50 different states to compete to become Kelce’s lifelong “teammate.” The series will debut later in 2016.
The concept for this 2004 reality series involved 10 bachelors trying to succeed on the Auckland dating scene, while overcoming specially set challenges.
Hosted by model Nicky Watson, and produced by Touchdown supremo Julie Christie, this first episode sees Watson pick the 10 (from 15 who began) who will move into the bachelor pad.