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As in real life, "Dating Around" shows that a pretty-good date can be forgettable when hundreds of faces await swipes.
First-date kissers or late-night dancers don’t always make it to Round 2.
Daters are gay, straight, bi, across the age spectrum and – remarkably for a reality show – not terribly self-conscious and desperate to marry.
Of course, there's still a cute, bland heterosexual white guy who works in real estate.
You can also read about our shows in Hollywood trades like Deadline Hollywood covering Unmasking a Killer, Variety reporting on Don’t Trust Andrew Mayne, or The Hollywood Reporter covering MTV’s Caged.
Joke Fincioen and Biagio Messina are named as executive producers (that’s us).
“It’s not ‘someone finding the love of their life and and proposing at the end,” Culvenor says.