“We wanted to give the power to the women, which is what makes this show different,” he says.“With a lot of these shows, you have one guy looking for love, so that show is from his vantage point — and then the man will dismiss the women as the show progresses.Couldn’t they just film the dates and let us see what happened for ourselves? — but it’s an especially jarring fit for a dating show.Having Cohen and the daters seated in the center of a dark, dystopian room filled with giant video screens and dramatic lighting is about the least romantic setting I can imagine.The new procedural drama explores the high-pressure experiences of police officers, paramedics and firefighters who are thrust into the most frightening, shocking and heart-stopping situations.[10/26/17 - AM]Video: "Mudbound" - A Timeless and Sweeping American Epic from Director Dee Rees Carey Mulligan, Garrett Hedlund, Jason Mitchell, Jason Clarke, Jonathan Banks, Mary J.
, hosted by Chuck Woolery, is a charming relic of the video-dating era, with singles choosing a date from three options and reporting back to Woolery how it went. Each date recap plays out like the original, with the main contestant sitting next to Andy and their date chiming in via video chat.” His enthusiastic hosting job lifts this entire show up a full letter grade, but it’s not enough to salvage it.Terrence Jenkins — better-known as “Think Like a Man” actor Terrence J — says he’s ready for the challenge of hosting “Coupled,” the new Fox reality dating show premiering May 17. (Remember the franchise) in front of a hooting studio audience.The new version does add a few modern tweaks, like the daters recording selfie confessionals after the date, but the too-talky format feels oddly sterile. ) Before we get any further, I need to address the show’s set… I don’t know why every TV game show set has to look like — which debuted almost two decades ago!