Living tv co uk dating in the dark

08-Dec-2017 10:52 by 4 Comments

Living tv co uk dating in the dark

The matched or mismatched couples must rely on their wits to help them decide which one of the daters is their prospective other half.At the end of each episode, our lonely hearts chose the person they most want to date; that person will then be revealed in the light for the first time – for only 10 seconds.

The media could not get enough of the radical twist on the traditional dating show, and the prestigious Royal Television Society crowned the series Best Multi-Channel Programme 2009.

LIVING combines double-dating with Dating in the Dark, when this week’s instalment welcomes twins to the show.

DATING IN THE DARK IS BACK FOR A 2ND SERIES ON LIVING!

Now the innovative show is back for another season of must-watch TV.

Examining the role of aesthetic attraction in falling in love, the programme offers six singletons the chance to get to know each other in a whole new way – in total darkness!

IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR ‘THE ONE’ WE WANT TO HELP YOU FIND YOUR PERFECT MATCH.

THE ONLY TV SHOW THAT GIVES YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO FIND GENUINE COMPATIBILITY.

As one of the most talked about entertainment shows of last year, the ground-breaking series received mass attention of the viewers, the media and the television community.

The show’s popularity within the industry was reflected in March 2010 when Dating in the Dark won the prestigious Royal Television Society Programme Award for Best Multi-channel Programme 2009.

Three single women share one half of a specially designed house, while three bachelors share the other half – with the men and women only meeting each other in the pitch-black ‘Dating Room’. This week’s dating comes with an extra twist when twin musicians Mikey and Rob (pictured) take up residence in the lads’ apartment and leave the ladies in the dark about being related.

And one girl is surprised to find herself on a double blind date when both the brothers turn up to get to know her.

He dominates the Manhattan-manqué skyline, beaming out from row after row of glass pyramids and hotels smelted into the shape of piles of golden coins.