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Fox announced Wednesday at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour.
Hosted by Andy Cohen, the revival of the iconic syndicated show hails from Mike Fleiss, the executive producer of ABC hit dating series and his Next Entertainment.
Cable’s documentary-style series rarely feel like unfiltered looks into people’s lives, thanks to the heavy hands of producers and networks.
The couples meet; they talk; they drink; they flirt; they eat; we watch. There are some cutaways to each person’s thoughts from after-the-date interviews, which are used sparingly.
After the dates are done, the couples are reunited in the interview studio, and a producer asks if they’ll see each other again.
The series is a co-production between original producers Telepictures Productions and Warner Horizon Television, with the latter company most recently having the rights to the property.
Cohen also will serve as a co-exec producer on the series, which will debut in the summer. "We couldn’t be more thrilled to bring this incredibly beloved and iconic show to primetime network television," Darnell said.
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