3 new dating show
Would you be able to pick a date based on their car or do you think your own motor can make you irresistible to your future partner?Social media sensation Ti Ti stars as a queen in search of her king, reigning over her own new and outrageous dating competition series in the vein of I Love New York and Flavor of Love.It was brought to ITV2 to help pair the slightly more adult content (a bit of drunken kissing) with a younger audience. With barely an episode passing without contestants humping or having an argument, viewers are treated to the ultimate guilty pleasure of today's dating shows.A group of beautiful singles are gatecrashed by their exs, ensuring that, as well as new passion, contestants may also rediscover love or relive their heartbreak.At its height, in the 1980s, more than 18 million viewers tuned in to a show that was one of TV's heaviest hitters. The ITV show remained mostly unchanged from the formats that inspired it – apart from the introduction of "ditch or date", which involved the picker being able to dump their date after seeing what they looked like.When , the show in which women from the city vied for the attention of a farmer, did not do well here, but it became one of Fremantle Media's biggest sellers in international markets.Watch as ten of the most diverse potential suitors compete and survive several rounds of elimination, all in a dramatic effort to win Ti Ti’s heart. The 2018-19 TV season is history, so here’s our annual list of summer premiere dates for new series and new seasons of returning shows.
People would say, 'What really happened when the cameras stop rolling?
Clocking in as the most-viewed launch programme on MTV in the UK, with an average audience of 328,000 at pm on launch night, it beat the launch figures of the hugely successful by 34%.
Across the Atlantic and in continental Europe, local MTV channels have aired the UK version; and talks are under way to sell the format so that it can be remade overseas.
The programme revolved around three hopeful singles sitting behind a screen answering the coy questions of another lonely heart.
It was the predecessor to Britain's iconic (1985), hosted by national treasure Cilla Black on a bright, fuchsia set.