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4 Retro MTV Dating Shows That Need To Return
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Next was a dating game show produced by Kallissa Miller with her production company Kallissa Productions, which ran on MTV from — Next dealt with a contestant going on blind dates with possibly up to five other single people, known as "the daters," who were secluded on a RV , referred to as the "Next Bus. Each episode featured two segments, featuring a single man or woman as the prime contestant, and five other single men or women as the daters. The segment began with the prime contestant describing themselves to the audience. They would usually explain a hobby that they enjoy and what they like and dislike in a person, often chiding that they would "next" a person if they had this attribute.
A Bus & A Burka
Dating show in which a contestant looking for love boards and travels on a bus as it tours a large town or city. After a chat with the presenter about the type of person they like to or might like to date, the bus makes its first stop, where the first of the potential suitors boards the bus. This suitor has only the time it takes the bus to reach the next stop to impress. As the bus nears the next stop, the contestant looking for love must decide whether to let their current suitor stay on board, or else let them go and allow the suitor waiting at the next stop to come on board.
It's a problem afflicting so many of our fellow Australians. Sometimes it can be so hard to find Mr Right that there's really no other option but to get on a bus with 11 other women and travel the country on national television trying to pick up strangers in country towns. Hosted by Natalie Gruzlewski, who delivers every line with the overwhelming smugness born of the knowledge that she'll never have to humiliate herself like this to find a boyfriend, the show exists in a parallel universe where not only are attractive young women so desperate for a relationship that they will willingly subject themselves to the jeering masses of reality viewers, but regional towns are so desperate for tourists that they form joyous crowds cheering and applauding as the desperation bus rolls into the main street. One scene has two contestants facing off in a classic scrag fight.