New mtv online dating show
Watch as couples have their cavities filled, teeth cleaned and undergo other dental procedures--all in the name of love.Whether its laughing gas or Novocain, the spit will fly as young couples mumble words of endearment through cotton-filled mouths.The contestants include Marnie Simpson and Jedward – who, of course, go on dates together.Some footage from tonight’s debut episode shows them on a double date in London, and for some reason they have to shift their dates in front of each other.The minutes will fly by like seconds as couples try to stick to the agenda during soul-sucking company meetings.Find out if they achieve their goal of love within the hour or are burdened with joining yet another meaningless committee.Through complex mathematical formulas, analytical valuations and information systems, an actuary will design and manage a program for risk-averse couples that controls the hazards of love.What are the statistical probabilities that these couples will ever find true love? Drilling for Love What's more romantic than a trip to the dentist?
Dating Behind Bars Dating was never this exciting, or dangerous.
The subject of his ex-wife Brandi Glanville's own reality-show appearances on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," came up and there was much back-and-forth about who will say what on what show and Cibrian's decision not to show his children on "Le Ann & Eddie," and....
I don't plan to watch it, but if you do, it premieres July 17 on VH1.
* "Candidly Nicole": Another celeb starring in her own reality-ish show, Nicole Richie answered questions about VH1's "Candidly Nicole." Based on her AOL online series, "Candidly Nicole" will show Richie being herself. After a clip ran of Richie getting parking lessons from her singer father, Lionel Richie, she described "Candidly Nicole" as a real-life comedy, adding there are scripted shows, and reality shows, and some that are inbetween, which is apparently where "Candidly Nicole" lives. Coming up at the end of today: a panel about AMC's "Better Call Saul," the much-anticipated spinoff of "Breaking Bad," focusing on lawyer-sleaze extraordinaire Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk.) Check back later for more details about "Better Call Saul," and for my continuing coverage from the Summer 2014 TCA press tour.
, TV network executives are scrambling to create even edgier reality dating shows for this fall's line-up. Stoned Love Follow the hijinks as budding couples share their first date while impaired on intoxicants including marijuana, cocaine, Ecstasy, Crystal Meth and Molly. couple, dosed on "medicinal marijuana," ponder the significance of the universe while staring into their fuzzy navels.