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The press release describes it this way: “Each hour of Love Connection will feature single men and/or women in search of romance.
After the singles are sent on three blind dates, they will dish the dirt in front of a live studio audience, as Cohen, the well-known provocateur, brings his personal brand of audacious fun to the series.” Madden said that Fox was attracted to the idea that “Andy being able to interact with the people who are in that dating process, having that comedic commentary.” (In the press release, Cohen said, “I was a huge fan of the original Love Connection, and hosting the new version allows me to do one of the things I love most: meddling in people’s personal lives.”) Madden also said “we think that the show will have a game element and a contest element” and have “a lot of fun in it,” plus “commentary on where dating is in 2017.” Asked about Fleiss’ involvement and whether not it would be “raunchy,” Madden said, “I don’t think the show will be raunchy.” In the press release, Fleiss says that “Love Connection was always one of my favorite programs” and “creator Eric Lieber was a close friend of mine.
The new version is executive produced by “The Bachelor” creator Mike Fleiss, who says he learned a lot about producing televised romance from “Love Connection.” “‘Love Connection’ was always one of my favorite programs,” Fleiss says in a statement.
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The first rule — if the cast is good, just stay out of the way.” The new “Love Connection” will follow the basic format of the original, with a single person going on three blind dates, then relaying his or her experiences in front of a studio audience.
FOX is diving back into the dating reality-show pool — and into TV history a little — with a revival of “Love Connection.” The network’s new take on the long-running dating show will premiere in the summer.
“Watch What Happens Live” host and TV producer Andy Cohen will fill the seat most famously occupied by Chuck Woolery during the show’s original run.
The original “Love Connection” produced more than 2,000 episodes over 11 years with Woolery as host.