It, and its spinoffs The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise, are probably the first that come to mind for most Americans when they think of dating shows. There are cable dating shows, streaming dating shows, dating shows from other countries, shows that aren't really dating shows but involve a lot of dating and therefore count A lot of the reality dating shows out there are available for video somewhere, so whether you have Netflix, a cable login, your cousin's Hulu password, or are willing to take a dive through YouTube, here are some shows you can try checking out to satisfy your reality TV needs.
Terrace House Netflix Terrace House is a Japanese show in which six strangers live together in a house to hang out and, depending on the people, possibly start dating. The show involves cast members from other reality TV shows going to live by the beach together and — surprise! Dating Naked VH1 This show is also pretty much exactly what it sounds like.
The Millionaire Matchmaker Millionaire Matchmaker on YouTube This show, now available on Hulu, aired for years on Bravo, and shows matchmaker Patti Stanger setting up rich people who are looking for love.
MTV's Are You the One? Colton Underwood's season of The Bachelor is in full swing and he's well on his way toward that fateful meeting with Neil Lane. But, if you're.