Netflix drops two new unscripted dating shows in July, in addition to 'Say I Do'

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Netflix drops two new unscripted dating shows in July, in addition to 'Say I Do'

Netflix is known for its diverse collection of content which it caters to the worldwide audience. Among the well-acclaimed web series and originals, they forayed into producing two reality TV dating shows like Love is Blind and Too Hot to Handle. These two released during the lockdown period attracted the subscribers who missed watching reality TV shows on TV and instantly became a hit climbing up to feature among top 10 shows on Netflix. That being said the streaming giant is bringing two more shows this July to please its fans. 

The platform recently announced Say I do, comes from the creators of Queer Eye and offers mash-up between makeover category and wedding shows like TLC’s Say yes to The Dress. The upcoming show’s trailer gave a glimpse on what’s in store. Covering interior design, wedding outfit creation, and catering, the show’s trailer has already raked in positive and eager responses. 

To keep things hot and running, Netflix is all set to launch Indian Matchmaking that follows an elite Indian matchmaker helping couples find romance and love, and Love on the Spectrum which explores the world of dating for young adults with autism.

Indian Matchmaking (16th July 2020) and Love on the Spectrum (22nd July 2020) will follow the docu-series format. Netflix Vice President, Brandon Riegg said in an interview with Variety, “It’s a category of programming that we know people really love, and it’s our job to find the best shows.” Adding to it “When I started the unscripted department, we knew that one category that we wanted to try to get into was relationship and dating and love, and those are hard shows to find.”

Indian Matchmaking will follow single Millenials indulging into old school dating which didn’t involve apps. The first season will have 8 episodes with each one hour long and will come via IPC Television. The Show’s matchmaker Seema Taparia is based out of India and helps her clients from all the way from Houston to Mumbai to find their soul mates.

Whereas, Love on the Spectrum which originally hails from ABC Australia, follows seven singles that are on the spectrum take their first steps into the world of dating. It’ll be first of its kind when it comes to special needs on unscripted TV. The series will be showcased as Netflix Original everywhere outside of Australia. The show’s experts with the help of the participants’ families will help with practical skills and confidence to ease navigation through their dating journey. It will be a five-hour-long episodic series which celebrates diversity and difference via lessons of romance and acceptance.

The two shows are apart with their concepts and surely promise to be feel-good reality shows to look forward in the month of July.

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