Well, Fox's new dating show has the answer for you."The Choice" will set up a date between a celeb and a non-celeb week after week, making fans' dreams come true.The reality show puts seven men and women under the same roof for eight weeks in the hopes of each of them meeting their match.
“I should never, never be anyone’s second choice,” one woman says.
Another contestant is seen throwing his hands in the air as he dramatically proclaims, “I’m done!
This season's winner will gain the coveted title of the Celebrity Apprentice and a $250,000 check to give to their designated charity."The Celebrity Apprentice" is produced and internationally distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM).
Mark Burnett, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Page Feldman and Eric Van Wagenen are executive producers.
, the three stars will join 21 other celebs to mix and mingle with civilian singles in a game show format.
"What started out as a goof ended up being a ridiculously good format," the network's alternative series president Mike Darnell tells of the series, hosted by — and listen to the sexy singles try to woo them.
Robert Nettles, Taylor Hicks, Mike Sorrentino, Rob Gronkowski and Steven Lopez.
The women will be represented by Electra, Hope Dworaczyk, Rima Fakih and Sophie Monk.
One of the earliest dating reality shows was , a show that featured one bachelorette grilling a trio of prospective suitors. The people looking for dates could hear the contestants' answers to their questions, but they couldn't *see* them.
Dating reality shows now are all about high drama and lots of tears. By far one of the most popular formats for the best dating reality shows is that of ABC's .
Each episode will conclude with a compelling Boardroom showdown, as Schwarzenegger evaluates the performances of all of the players before deciding which team wins the challenge and who will be sent home.