Reality dating show twist details
including spinoffs) competitive dating show — has the smile of a smug startup founder, the unsettlingly intimate murmur of a close-talker, and the wardrobe of a J. There’s the heavier stuff, too: compared to the women who will compete for Viall’s love on network television, he has the discomfiting advantage of sheer experience.
“Coupled,” which is hosted by entertainment personality Terrence “J” Jenkins, premieres May 17.
Network: NBC; Genre: Reality/Game, Comedy; Content Rating: TV-14 (language, some sexual content); Classification: Contemporary (star range: 1 - 4); Seasons Reviewed: Complete Series (1 season) I don't know, but I've always thought that the most fun part of being a father would be the opportunity to just torment the life out of your daughter's prospective boyfriends. The hit Universal film "Meet the Parents" - itself like a feature-length sitcom - apparently, for some reason, sent the creative synapses of the NBC execs firing which resulted in two shows that broke down elements of it and transparently reproduced them (this and Elon Gold's "The In-Laws").
In 2014, a then passive-aggressive and emotionally immature Viall competed for the love of attorney (and now author) Andi Dorfman, and lost.
On the season finale special, Viall and Dorfman shared a couch one last time on live television.
The winner will sign on to work with Kim Kardashian — who serves as executive producer on the series — as the Beauty Director of Kardashian Apps.