Initially an experiment in which real dates are filmed, and then viewers get the chance to apply to date the unsuccessful participants the following week. Later this aspect was removed and replaced with a cast of regular restaurant staff.
A game show that begins with a group of 30 single women in search of finding the perfect match. Every week, the women are introduced to several bachelors one by one. Each woman stands at a ... See full summary »
Katie Ann Cudaback,
Irish comedian Graham Norton hosts his very own chat show, which includes chatting to A-list celebrities, the very famous Red Chair game, live music, lots of jokes and fun from Graham and the celebrities themselves.
A singleton is shown 5 3-course menus from people hoping to impress, and must pick 3. They then have a home dinner date with each of the 3, picking their favourite one to date again. The 2 losers make do with a ready meal for one.
This is an ITV dating show that is presented by Paddy McGuinness. A male contestant introduces himself to 30 young women, who each have a light in front of them. If they don't want him, they turn their lights off. A video that the contestant has made, in which he talks about his life, is shown. After that, a video about him, made by his friends/family, is shown. Next, he demonstrates a skill that he has. If more that one girl still has her light on after all that, he chooses which one he wants to go on a date with. If only one girl has her light left on, he goes on a date with her. If none have their lights on, he goes home alone.
The presenter of this is annoying and overbearing. He wastes time by pointlessly and arrogantly interjecting his brand of hyperactive banter and unfunny jokes several times during each episode.
Not all contestants go through all the same rounds. Some inexplicably don't have a video of their friends/family talking about them shown. That is biased in their favour, as it's common for many girls to turn their lights off during that round.
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