Blind date dating show
Each episode explores similar topics of conversation among all of the blind dates allowing for seamless transitions between partners, an editing technique that certainly can be polarizing.This is an admirable trait of the show as the common factors allow for a non-bias evaluation of the only changing factor, their date.The format is simple: Two strangers are set up and sent off on a blind date. Producers add captions, thought bubbles, and animated jokes to the final cut. One highlight: After propositioning Christine, Steven calls his date "pretty dumb."As terrific as videos these videos are, they're just the tip of the iceberg. Sometimes the blind dates pan out, most times they do not. About a decade ago, the great series went on its final voyage.
As the events unfold throughout the evening, only the actions and mannerisms of those involved can indicate how they feel about one another.Each episode is divided into three components of the evening: drinks, dinner and after-hours.“Dating Around” takes common first date interaction and elevates it by utilizing snappy editing techniques.The roster of talent, Netflix assures, includes real-life singles and (hopefully) soon-to-be couples, of diverse backgrounds and ages. Some particularly painful moments from the preview include a very-straight sounding dude asking a woman if she "[likes] it big" to which she responds, "Oh my god, you're a headache." As well as when a woman tells her date she's never done drugs and he replies, "Oh yeah, I love them." Hopefully, the other four dates each of these individuals went on were a bit less cringe-worthy. Judging from the trailer, it's definitely not the wall of blondes often boasted by other dating shows.