Long ago, in a galaxy not too far away, people spent a little time to get to know each other before hopping in the sack. Some people waited until they got married! Read your history books, it’s true!
But in 2018, a world dominated by 90 second videos and swipe right or swipe left, who’s got time for it? Dating, getting to know each other? It almost sounds as crazy as mailing a letter!
Television executives feel the same way; at least in France. Could the United States be far behind? A new dating show is helping time-pressed millennial's save on the unnecessary pregame show by cutting straight to the chase.
The new show, "Making Love," has jaws dropping – and pants - in Cannes, the world's largest TV market, by having contestants have sex first before deciding if they want to hang out or even like each other. And the cameras stay rolling!
French producers WeMake said it has brought together "scientifically-matched singles" to ask the essential question, "Could making love make you fall in love?"
This is really making our Bachelor and Bachelorette shows seem a little weak, don’t you think?
- Don Stuck – “Home of the Typo.”