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“It’s not ‘someone finding the love of their life and and proposing at the end,” Culvenor says.
Instead, the show tries to capture a feeling of what it's like to date: “a kaleidoscope about what it’s like to be single in the modern world.” Each episode centers on a single “hero,” as Culvernor calls the main girl or guy, from a quirky Caucasian tech recruiter to a hip “gaysian” set designer.
They're on standard dates, searching for common ground, tensely trying buzzy banter, like that experienced by anyone who didn’t marry their high school sweetheart.
Because the aesthetic is more “Master of None” noir than “Real Housewives” soap, the show feels like a rom-com with authentic dialogue.
The question we’re asked most is “how can I pitch a reality show?
”It’s no wonder…good advice on the unscripted television business is hard to come by.
As in real life, "Dating Around" shows that a pretty-good date can be forgettable when hundreds of faces await swipes.
These days, messages and romantic possibilities are endless.
’s awful new “Dating: #No Filter”), worth watching this Valentine’s Day.
Real singles don’t spend their first dates in hot-air balloons or on shopping sprees.
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.