Dating show on fox
If you’ve been unlucky in love on and offline, a new show might be your chance at finding your soul mate.
Disappointing experiences with being set up on dates or being approached by strangers at bars are also welcome. People of any sexual orientation, anywhere on the LGBTQ spectrum, are encouraged to apply as well.In fact, Darnell says that he was looking at reviving “Love Connection” at Warner Bros., long before other networks began to greenlight game show reboots.“It’s a trend, but since I got here, we’ve been trying to figure out if we should bring it back in syndication or in primetime,” he says.Despite all of the new additions, Fleiss and Darnell say the core of “Love Connection” is still there, especially due to the “he-said-she-said” element.
“One thing we really wanted to preserve was not being there on the date because what made the show so charming was the he-said-she-said,” Darnell explains of the format, which focuses largely on the daters chatting with Cohen on set about their date, rather than having footage of the actual date like other dating shows, including “The Bachelor.” However, each couple does take a selfie video during their date, which is shown to the live audience.Applicants must have experience with mobile dating applications, be comfortable in front of a camera, and open to talking about their dating experience. The production is seeking talent from Los Angeles County and Orange County, California, as well as nearby locales, such as Palm Springs, Santa Barbara, and San Diego, California, as well as Las Vegas, Nevada.