Survivor meets The Bachelor on NBC's latest show Love in the Wild.
The series will pair 20 men and women, and drop each couple in a jungle, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
OK, romance fans, Ali chose Roberto. So now what? The Bachelor won't be back until January, but ABC and the producers are tweaking the franchise with this six-week elimination contest, in which past Bachelor and Bachelorette contenders (19 to begin with) live together in a Malibu beach house, where they'll face challenges (a game of Twister tonight). Chris Harrison intimated recently that guys and gals might get intimate, but there's also Survivor-style warfare: They'll vote each other off the show until there's only one left, who'll win $250,000.
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ABC announced a summer schedule Wednesday packed with bachelors, bachelorettes and beauties as well as a trio of new scripted series.
The Bachelorette will return Monday, May 24 (9/8c) with Ali Fedotowsky — a fan favorite and front-runner in the most recent Bachelor season — hoping to find...
Dating in the Dark, the reality series that follows couples meeting in the — you guessed it — dark, has been renewed by ABC, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Dating will kick off its second season...
From masks to big money, reality dating shows have offered over-the-top concepts from Day 1. The Bachelor franchise is still going strong in its 14th season. Since its inception in 2002, however, ways to find love on television have hit an all-time low. Let's take a look back at some of network TV's worst (and completely out-there) dating shows.