Abc reality show dating dark
ABC has picked up a six-episode second season of the show for this summer.
[05/09/12 - AM]NBC's Alternative Programming Enhanced by New Overall Development Deals With Top Reality Series Producers Jason Ehrlich, David A.ABC is bringing back two mediocre reality shows this summer: Shaq vs. But there is no mention at all of Conveyor Belt of Love getting a full season after airing a single special earlier this year–which is disappointing, but not really a surprise considering ABC executive Steve Mc Pherson mocked it when critics asked about it. is the overly scripted and heavily produced competition series that features Shaq taking on other pro athletes in their sports, and Dating in the Dark features people going on dates in a pitch-black room, and it wasn’t terrible but wasn’t great, either.Six episodes of the dating show will air this summer, Variety reports, and a separate report says that the six episodes of Shaq’s series will be “placing him in other competitions such as spelling bees or competitive eating,” but he’ll still do athletic competitions.Brad was torn between Jill and Kate but finally chose Jill’s personality over Kate’s looks. According to abc.com: “Jill and Brad are still dating, and even though the two live in different cities, they are making it work.The two feel very strongly about each other because of that intimate connection they built up in the Dark Room.” CD producers on a reality show that “doesn’t have a host yet, and they’re still kicking around format ideas,” the AP reports.