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Based on a U.K. series by the same name, the observational documentary series "First Dates" tracks a variety of couples during their initial meeting, all happening over one night at the same restaurant. The production employs a number of techniques to probe whether the couples are clicking and if the evening will lead to more dates and a possible relationship. Home viewers participate in the social experiment, judging the couples' interactions and whether they possess the undefinable chemistry that makes them a good fit for each other.

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aired 863 days ago
One dater displays innocent charm with a nostalgic flip phone, while another dater has a story of loss.

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