Who knows which white shoed think tank will come up with the idea for the one of the best new Australian Dating Reality Shows. Each new episode sees one female being courted by six potential Mr Rights. The catch for this new Australian Dating Reality Show is that three of the suitors are everyday Joes with boring financial industry jobs, a trendy pair of shoes and a season pass to a Super rugby team.
In Dating AroundNetflix's addictive first original reality dating show, five lovelorn singles hit the bars of New York City in search of an honest connection that might lead to something more. As viewers, we're treated to awkward introductions, tipsily empathetic bitching over the price of real estate, and uncomfortably silent Uber rides home — an intimate glimpse of modern big city dating. Surprisingly responsible for this arresting slice-of-life are two Australian TV veterans, producers Chris Culvenor and Paul Franklin and their production group Eureka, which splits its offices between Los Angeles and Sydney.
What a tasty buffet of absolutely addictive trash. Bless you, network TV. With the networks keeping their actual schedule close to their chest some keep actual launch dates flexible until the weeks leading up to the premierethis is our best guess so far.
Though it originally aired in April on Seven Network, it has just been added to your Netflix queue. Honestly, we all know the only way to improve on a corny and unrealistic television show about love is with Australian accents. You guessed it.
The series takes four couples at a crucial time in their relationship, splits them up in two houses, and surrounds them with sexy single people to date over the course of the show. Either the couples will weather the storm or they'll give into temptation, but there will inevitably be drama no matter what happens with that many men and women living in fancy villas together. Temptation Island is hardly the first insane-sounding show centered around dating on TV and not even the first version of Temptation Islandbut it might just be the most cruel and therefore entertaining.
Before the night and each episode is over, two people who have never met will leave engaged to be married. Channel seven has announced TV favourite Luke Jacobz as the host the new show. The proposal first aired in the US last year, and is coming to Australia - with a host of Aussie singles - later this year.
Its premise, which marries off complete strangers and forces them into accelerated spousal relationships, is an emotional mindfuck for everyone involved—not just for the people getting instant husbands and wives, but even for us, the viewers. In previous seasons, the show focused on four couples, married them off, sent them on honeymoons, and brought them altogether for one dinner event. It was a recipe for drama and ratings, which did not go unnoticed by other TV executives and producers, who accused the show of stealing concepts from other formats like Big BrotherThe Bachelor and even Survivor.
Australian Women's Weekly. Move over Bachelor franchise! There's a hot new dating show coming in hot and it's all in front of a studio audience.
First Dates is an Australian reality dating television show which premiered on the Seven Network on 3 February Narrated by Sam Mac the format is based on a British program of the same name. The series was renewed in Augustwith a second season originally expected in  brought forward to air in November