A bunch of young singles are thrown together in a house, set in the kind of tropical paradise required for finding true love on television. If they figure out all the correct pairings before the end of the season, the housemates will win a million dollars. For the past seven seasons, the men have been paired with women, and women with men. But in the current, eighth, iteration of the show, which debuted June 26, MTV flipped the shtick by including only sexually fluid participants who are attracted to all genders, so that, in the parlance of promotional materials, anything goes! The concept of sexual fluidity itself is often deployed in reality TV as a strategy through which shows can hint at queerness for mainstream viewers — without actually exploring queer culture outside a straight gaze.
12 Dating Shows For When You Want to Netflix and Chill
10 Reality TV Dating Shows You Never Knew About, but Should Be Watching | 22 Words
Ah, romance, a concept probably so foreign to singles stuck in the middle of an ongoing pandemic. But let's not forget—we're also in the year , and Netflix has plenty of content for you to get by while IRL dating is sort of on pause. Better yet, some of these Netflix shows might even teach you a thing or two about your own approach to dating. Shows like Love Is Blind and Too Hot to Handle taught us that love isn't always born out of a physical connection, for one.
The Best Dating Reality Shows
The best dating reality shows offer viewers the unique perspective of watching singles trying to find the perfect mate. Dating tv shows are nothing new, but they're nearly always entertaining. Some of the most squirm-worthy moments in dating awkwardness are often seen on reality shows. Do the contestants ever find true love? Not usually, but that sure doesn't mean we won't watch them try and try again!
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