It's title refers to the fact that all the contestants are clones of each other, based on another person's ideal mate.
for now) is actually a reality television dating show.
At the beginning of last November, a Chinese teacher and colleague at my school sent me a message on We Chat (the Chinese near-equivalent of Whats App) asking if I was looking for a girlfriend in China.
There followed an application and an interview for a TV show.
If two women chose the same guy, he got to pick between them—turning the tables and giving us the drama we craved oh, so much.
Why enjoy a normal ol' blind date when you could go on a blind date chaperoned by your ex?It’s something we’re considering as part of the show.LONDON — Given the furore over "The Great British Bake Off" moving from the BBC to Channel 4, you'd be forgiven for thinking that much of the UK's TV diet consists of cake. "Bake Off" and its sister show, "Bake Off Creme de le Creme," both feature in Business Insider's list of the most popular programmes on British television last year. 2016 was a year when drama was on top form, with shows like the brilliant "Line of Duty" making their case and US imports, including "The Walking Dead" and "Game of Thrones," having record-breaking seasons. We have stripped out sports, like the Olympics, and live events, including the New Year's Eve fireworks, from the list.I find myself crouching on a small, circular platform, clutching a microphone, breathing heavily and trying to listen to the voices of the hosts and the previous contestant, but understanding nothing.I'm surrounded by scaffolding, cables and stage machinery, dimly illuminated by fluorescent lighting.They've previously been unlucky in love, but now using professional matchmakers and psychologists, as well as the their family, friends and exes, the contestants will be put through interviews, questionnaires and compatability tests to help them find true love.