Seven sets up a lot of first dates

Seven sets up a lot of first dates

Seven has announced another dating show for next year called First Dates.

In Channel Seven’s new fly-on-the-wall dating show real people go on blind dates in a restaurant with a unique twist.

(21 December 2015) There’s someone out there for everyone, and when the First Dates restaurant sets the table, hopeful singles from across the country will have a chance of meeting their dream partner.

Our daters have been brought together according to their likes and dislikes by First Dates’ team of matchmakers. They’ve turned their backs on online dating in the hope of meeting someone special face-to-face, and they’ll meet their potential love match for the very first time in the restaurant.

Cameras controlled remotely record the date from start to finish – from first impressions, through all the awkward, heart-warming and funny moments, to the end of the meal and the discussion about whether or not a second date is on the cards.

For some pairings, it’ll be their first and last date. For others, it might just be the beginning of a lifelong relationship. What happens next is up to them!

First Dates allows us to observe human behaviour in its purest form. This is a series about people’s lives, their stories, the diversity of a country – these factors are played out through the prism of dating and the universal feeling of wanting to love and be loved.

The series is warm, kind and generous, and served with a good dollop of humour.

First Dates is  coming to  Seven in 2016.