Change of heart dating game
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-One of the more entertaining shows on this list, Blind Date was also likely scripted, but it was still immensely entertaining for all of the wrong reasons really. Either the date went smoothly and the pair would end up finishing the night in a great way or they would set up an alleged second date. This pretty much confirmed that the show was scripted, but regardless, it was extremely entertaining and one of the best dating shows.
Of course, the premise of the show was fairly simple.
They arrange dates for singles based on video profiles and then following the alleged date, they would come to the studio.
While the authenticity of the show has to come into question somewhat, the fact remains that it was at least an entertaining program through the first few seasons.
-So, apparently this show was reborn with Andy Cohen as the host of it. To be fair, I never really watched this show either, at least not much, but I do remember how popular it was during the run where the show was hosted by the legend Chuck Woolery.