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“There’s a reason that these shows have been on forever, and they will be forever.” Regardless of the broadcasting trend, Fleiss, who knows a thing or two about summer programming with his hit spinoff “Bachelor In Paradise,” boils “Love Connection” down to one thing: “It’s really super simple.
Game Shows, more than any other genre, were prone to becoming either missing or lost.
“When you’re talking to your girlfriends, you’re talking about your perception. That’s the magic.” “Love Connection” is coming at a time when the return of classic game shows seems to be the new TV trend with “0,000 Pyramid,” “Match Game,” “Celebrity Family Feud,” “Battle of the Network Stars,” and “The Gong Show” all at ABC and the upcoming “Joker’s Wild” hosted by Snoop Dogg at TBS.
But Fleiss says the revamped “Love Connection” is not a game show.
“It’s a trend, but since I got here, we’ve been trying to figure out if we should bring it back in syndication or in primetime,” he says.
“The trend just hit at the right time.” “I think that they always worked,” Cohen chimes in, speaking of game shows.
It’s before noon on a weekday in late March, and Andy Cohen walks out onto a massive set with possibly the most dramatic entrance ever. ” the voiceover shouts, as the TV personality is unveiled from giant bridge that lowers as he graces the lit-up stage.“One thing we really wanted to preserve was not being there on the date because what made the show so charming was the he-said-she-said,” Darnell explains of the format, which focuses largely on the daters chatting with Cohen on set about their date, rather than having footage of the actual date like other dating shows, including “The Bachelor.” However, each couple does take a selfie video during their date, which is shown to the live audience.