New reality dating shows 2016
Do you embrace excuses, or do you embrace solutions?
It's one of the many binary questions/screamed accusations host and Official Bar Rescuer Jon Taffer asks of flailing bar and restaurant owners, who are invariably the kinds of people who EMBRACE EXCUSES, but over the course of a week learn how to embrace solutions.
The show was a way for all of us to vicariously relive the follies of our youth -- messing around with your friends, cheating on a boyfriend, wearing some very ill-advised corsets in the name of fashion -- without any of the hangovers.
MTV relaunched the show as on April 5 and, instead of focusing on youth, it became a treatise on growing up and what it means to be "family." Snooki is now a mother. Sammi and Ronnie have officially, for the final time, broken up.
The result was one of the best seasons of the show ever, featuring fast-and-furious game play, some deep political discussions, an avoidance of the "showmances" that poison the regular game, and a group of people who know how to deliver a sound bite to camera.“All of the men and the women have different backgrounds with a different story to tell — so everyone has a genuine chance at finding love.” And with 24 eager singles all vying to find that special someone, there are definitely entertaining disagreements.You do see some cat fights, but you see some bonding as well.“With a lot of these shows, you have one guy looking for love, so that show is from his vantage point — and then the man will dismiss the women as the show progresses.“But, with ‘Coupled,’ the women get to choose if they want to pursue a relationship — and we fly in different guys every week.” The show, produced by Mark Burnett, unfolds on the Caribbean island of Anguilla, with 12 single professional women looking for love with 12 eligible bachelors.