Dating shows on t v
The new British series "Change Your Tune" turns the "Voice" format on its head by looking for contestants who sing like donkeys.
The winner of the show, which will air on ITV next year, is the one whose voice has improved the most after intensive coaching.
The show claims that "one out of four women under 25 is bisexual" and tests the theory by pairing contestants off with people they meet in blind chatroom sessions.
Even more radical is the new Danish show "Pregnant with a Stranger", which liberates three single women looking for a man to have a baby with from the messy business of having to live with one.
Some people ended up at ice cream factories, but others met in the Maldives or Anguilla.
Now, it's coming back this year after 14 years off the air.
- Love of a good woman - In "The Break Up" couples must come together at the end of their trial separation to watch an excruciating "movie of their marriage" before deciding whether or not to tear up their divorce papers.
Few relationships have less of a chance of survival as celebrity ones, and a new British series plays on the idea that some of these starry love matches may have been only for the cameras.CANNES - Television has been playing matchmaker for decades with hit series like "The Dating Game", "Blind Date" and "Married at First Sight".Now it is taking couples straight to the divorce courts.The next big trend in dating shows is uncoupling, according to analysts at MIPCOM, the world's top entertainment trade show, held every year at Cannes on the French Riviera.
Having tried to salvage something from the wreckage in cathartic shows like "One Night with My Ex" from Britain's Channel 5 earlier this year, producers are now going for the nuclear option.
Fox decided to put several happy couples in the same house as a group of lively singles.