The daters are of all ages, backgrounds and from across the U. The audience comes along for the ride in a refreshingly authentic viewing experience that plays like a real-life romantic comedy.
At the end of each episode, we find out if the participants want to see each other again for a second date or if they head back to love's drawing board.
If you got through that without scratching your head, we applaud you.
The woman calling the shots on last night’s first episode designed a dream boyfriend who was ‘mixed race’ with ‘quirky, stylish dress sense’ (a snapback cap and red shoes. She later admitted, while being driven to meet her eight new boyfriends: ‘The thought of having eight dream guys in one house is terrifying.’ You’re telling us.
It’s something we’re considering as part of the show.
From Executive Producer Ellen De Generes, narrated by Drew Barrymore and based on the hit U. format, this new series offers a voyeuristic look at a variety of real first dates happening throughout one night at the same restaurant in Chicago.The original contestant who dreamed up this perfect-looking partner then gets plonked into a nice modern house with these eight ‘clones’.The singleton who’s playing God eventually gets to pick which one of the lookalikes has a bearable enough personality to deal with, because they’ll be continuing their lives with them (we must assume these clones also find the contestant in question ultra-desirable). In case you’re never seen the show this is how it works: Contestants will be given five menus, each put together by a potential blind date.Five ladies or men will all come up with a three course meal to impress the potential bae.