New dating show on nbc

13-Jan-2020 05:32

format, the hourlong series offers a look at a variety of real first dates happening over one night at the same restaurant in Chicago.Barrymore has primarily focused on film, but she has been involved in various TV projects in her career.What struck me immediately is how you find yourself rooting for certain people, and instantly turned off by others.Although purposefully matched by the producers as having similar likes and interests, it's obvious from the jump that these couples have no guarantee for compatibility ~ and it's shown at the end of each episode if a second date is warranted!A simpler time when it didn’t require filling out pages upon pages of online bios or choosing which picture is the right one to send to even get a text back?NBC’s new reality show The people are picked due to their similar interests — a surprising concept in today’s “photo first, ask questions later” age.

The biggest issue with is that its premise could fall flat shortly out of the gate.

One date in the pilot, while a seemingly fine date on most accounts, is meant to be the outlier: A pretty blonde woman is set up with a man with a beard as ragged as an adolescent Merlin’s, and you can tell from the first sip of tequila that while they’re not bad people, they are not meant for each other.

For some awkward humor, the guy is so taken aback by a date costing upward of 0 that he withdraws to the bathroom, calling a friend while having a moral dilemma about footing the bill.

The pilot features five different dates, most which end with the participants giddy and heart eyed, yearning for a second date — and while it’s lovely to see two people connect on a good first date, how many times can you roll the dice and get the exact same result?

To offset its rose-colored viewpoint, does throw in the occasional misfire.

The biggest issue with is that its premise could fall flat shortly out of the gate.

One date in the pilot, while a seemingly fine date on most accounts, is meant to be the outlier: A pretty blonde woman is set up with a man with a beard as ragged as an adolescent Merlin’s, and you can tell from the first sip of tequila that while they’re not bad people, they are not meant for each other.

For some awkward humor, the guy is so taken aback by a date costing upward of 0 that he withdraws to the bathroom, calling a friend while having a moral dilemma about footing the bill.

The pilot features five different dates, most which end with the participants giddy and heart eyed, yearning for a second date — and while it’s lovely to see two people connect on a good first date, how many times can you roll the dice and get the exact same result?

To offset its rose-colored viewpoint, does throw in the occasional misfire.

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