Byxbe, of Michigan, said he's found it challenging dating people in Chicago because he's not into the bar scene, so he filled out an application for the show and sat for an on-camera interview. Though the show wasn't what he thought it would be, Byxbe said he was "already, like, excited so I just stuck along for the ride." He is one of dozens of singles from around the country who agreed to be set up with a stranger on a date at MK restaurant on the Near North Side in July 2015."I wasn't really sure what I expected, but I got myself open to all sorts of possibilities and the show really made it seem like they were going to try to pair us up with people that we would like genuinely have something in common with, which sounded really fun," Byxbe told the Tribune by phone.
Nearly two years after stumbling on the casting news, the 35-year-old owner of Amazing Kale Burger in Evanston is set to appear on the season finale of NBC's "First Dates," a dating docu-series executive produced by De Generes, but not exclusive to vegan singles. "I thought this would be a really interesting way to do it.
Lopez is also one of the stars of NBC’s dating show, Ready For Love. the band was looking to make a follow up to their 2001 self titled EP.The extreme-dating show, shot in the Dominican Republic, is expected to involve various physical challenges in addition to hurdles of the heart.What's romance without a few scrapes and mosquito bites?Eligible women applied online to matchmakers Amber Kelleher-Andrews, Tracy Mc Millan and Matthew Hussey. Club gave the premiere episode an "F" grade, calling it "a catastrophe of a television show", "pure evil", "boring, superficial, and bland" and its treatment of the contestants "despicable".Each of the three bachelors had a field of twelve bachelorettes that were chosen for him: each matchmaker selected four women per bachelor. its premiere only brought in 3.67 million viewers with a 1.5 rating.