Mtv dating show room raiders
The show takes four established couples, splits them up into guys and girls, then puts the girls in a house full of single guys and the guys in a house full of single girls.
They all have to live with and date the singles and decide if they want to stay in their relationship or not.
Programs like prove the tradition of looking for love on a TV show is still going strong.
But for every success story, there is a show you almost forget existed (or one that you can't believe really existed in the first place).
Each contestant had three suitcases of varying sizes, each containing a secret of some kind. First, the contestants each get to open their smallest suitcases, then the main contestant randomly opens the medium-sized suitcases and decides which secret is the dealbreaker. Ultimately, the beauty queen would pick a hunk in the first two seasons. Tila Tequila was the star of MTV's bisexual-themed dating show where 16 heterosexual men and 16 lesbian females competed for the social media personality's heart. All the contestants are put into a house and left to figure out who's been expertly matched with who, and the more matches that are correctly made, the more likely they all are to get to split a million bucks at the end.
The person with the dealbreaker secret is eliminated, and then the final two open their biggest suitcases and the main contestant chooses one, who then gets to learn the main contestant's own secret and decides if they can deal with it or not. While the show faced criticism from religious groups, Tila would end up picking a man for season one.
Lifetime's hit reality show (produced by Kinetic Content) allows participants to legally marry a stranger the moment they meet for the first time. And believe it or not, several pairs have gone on to have lasting relationships and even kids.
It's all pageant-style, complete with a swimwear category, and it unexpectedly and disturbingly has a 40 percent success rate.
Either the couples will weather the storm or they'll give into temptation, but there will inevitably be drama no matter what happens with that many men and women living in fancy villas together.
Temptation Island is hardly the first insane-sounding show centered around dating on TV (and not even the first version of might be the most twisted of them all, just because its stars are not even single.
Might not be true love, but it sure was entertaining. Potential partners meet while completely nude (and tastefully blurred for TV viewers at home).
Each week the original contestant must go on a date with a new person and then choose to who keep and who to send home.