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Emmy Award winner Andy Cohen hosts a one-hour reboot of the original dating show that features single men and women from all walks of life searching for romance. In the unscripted series, singles are followed on three blind dates to see if a match can be made. The contestants then open up about their experiences in front of a live studio audience. Cohen adds his personal brand of cheeky fun and provocative humor as the contestants reveal their impressions of their dates and whether a connection has been made.

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A billionaire single who keeps his wealth a secret dates a store manager, a content creator, and a manager of a charity; a driver/waitress dates a physical education teacher, a bartender, and a business analyst.
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The show's first openly gay man goes on dates with a realtor, a hair/makeup artist and an assistant; a college recruiter goes on dates with a youth pastor, an account executive and a server.
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A jiu-jitsu master goes on dates with a doctor, a single dad and an insurance underwriter; a self-proclaimed player spends time with a singer, a yoga instructor and a hypnotist.
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A woman makes a decision after three great blind dates; a drummer in a death metal band looks to make a connection with an artist, a personal trainer or a recruiter.
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Singles go on three blind dates and then talk about the experiences with host Andy Cohen.
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A man reveals that his match took him to a cemetery; a woman shares what happened when her date drank too much.
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Singles go on three blind dates and then talk about the experiences with host Andy Cohen.
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The show's first openly lesbian single searches for her love connection; a former mortician takes a single man to a cemetery and death museum.
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Singles go on three blind dates and then talk about the experiences with host Andy Cohen.
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Singles go on three blind dates and then talk about the experiences with host Andy Cohen.
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Singles recount their date experiences.
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Singles recount their date experiences.
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Singles go on three blind dates and then talk about the experiences with host Andy Cohen.
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Singles go on three blind dates and then talk about the experiences with host Andy Cohen.
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Singles go on three blind dates and then talk about the experiences with host Andy Cohen.

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