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Love just might be blink on this limited series, which encourages women to focus on getting to know potential mates before seeing what they look like. On each episode, a bachelorette meets three bachelors via a POV camera strapped to the men's chests. She sees everything the men do and can talk directly to them, but neither party sees what the other person looks like. The potential matches highlight their individuality and work hard -- from introducing her to their parents to taking her to work -- to prove that they are the right person for her. At the end of the day, the lady decides who has won her over based solely on lifestyle, personality and emotional chemistry. She then meets all three men face to face, it's finally revealed to her which man she picked, and the new couple goes on a date to see if they truly do connect. Actress Christine Lakin ("Step by Step") hosts.

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Hardworking Kacey struggles to find love since her job takes all her attention at the moment; with the help of host and wingwoman Christine Lakin, Kacey goes on dates with three different suitors, but is not allowed to see what they look like.
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Jade gets ready to find her soul mate and start a family; with the help of host Christine Lakin, she goes on multiple dates with three different men, but with one catch: she can't see what they look like.
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With the help of host and wing woman Christine Lakin, single mom Merissa will go on unique dates with three men in an effort to find Mr. Right; the only catch is that Merissa cannot see what her suitors look like.

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