Dating show for big women
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Dating shows have become our common guilty pleasure, although we may not want to admit it.
For over a decade now, we've replaced rom-coms with rom-competitions.
While Fox is great at announcing reality shows that sound controversial, the results frequently suck, and that may be the case here.
A short preview, below, was released today, and it reveals a show that looks surprisingly unoffensive and even pretty dull.
Plus-size supermodel Emme has signed on to host the show.
Premiering July 28, the dating show will feature "a single and eligible man with a big waist and an even bigger heart as he romances several confident and secure plus-size women." As with Fleiss's original unscripted dating shows, the leading single guy will whittle the group of 20 women down to a final two.
"More to Love" was inspired by the recent ratings success of "Bachelor" and the popularity of NBC's "The Biggest Loser," which Darnell credits with shattering an industry assumption that TV viewers only wanted to watch highly attractive people.
"This show is going to get a lot of people talking," Darnell said.
The duo's previous dating show was the controversial, groundbreaking 2000 special "Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire?
" which set the format template for "Bachelor" and a legion of imitators.
"For six years it's been skinny-minis and good-looking bachelors, and that's not what the dating world looks like," Fox president of alternative Mike Darnell said.