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Lisa Chapman, MD of Whizz Kid Entertainment and Executive Producer of first started, it had to be so different.
Our show reflects what's happening now." The sexually charged show could be seen as too hedonistic, but Chapman points out that "this is what people are doing.
It's been 50 years since the first hit dating show was broadcast by ABC in the US.
wrote the rule book for dating shows: corny questions, cheesy answers and a host who acts as a tongue-in-cheek Cupid.
"Often, you'll find there is a whole section of a club scene where people are all talking on Twitter and Instagram, and they've all been out with each other." (originally shown on ITV1) is certainly the gentlest of the lot.
The show sees a singleton choose three out of five menus and proceed to have dinner at the mystery chefs' houses, before taking one lucky romantic out for a meal they don't have to cook.
"We have a fantastic casting team and a lot of it is done through social media," explains Chapman.Whoever the contestant thinks gave the best answers is chosen and gets a chance to go on a date with the hopeful singleton.In the next episode, the audience gets to see what happened on the date and hear if the couple wants to see each other again.Each woman has the option of turning her light off to declare her disinterest in the man.Lamb believes the programme reflects the modern dating scene and is a necessary update to the studio dating show.