Are You the One?: Season 1 (2014)


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Air date: Jan 21, 2014
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The reality show features 10 men and 10 women living together in a tropical destination trying to find their perfect match. Each episode, the contestants pair up to compete in a challenge, and the winners go on a date and test their match; only one couple per episode is told whether they're a perfect match or not, but the total number of perfect matches is revealed. If by the end of the season everyone manages to find their perfect match, they collectively win one million dollars. Season 1, filmed in Hawaii, is full of jealousy, backstabbing and a few surprises at the end.

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  • Nov 16, 2014
    Ten males and ten females are placed in a house. After meeting with psychologists, the men and women have been deemed perfect matches, but no one knows who their perfect match is. They play a series of games, and have numerous interactions in the house, that allow them to go on dates to try and figure it who their match is. Every episode they have a truth booth to try and identify a couple (the truth booth allows them to take a guess at a match in the house) and at the end of each week they guess and see if they found their perfect 10 couples. If everyone in the house finds their match, they win one million dollars and a chance at true love. If they don’t all find their matches by the tenth episode, they all get nothing. There are always a lot of hook-ups on these shows that leaves you wondering, and a few mental breakdowns that are fascinating, but there weren’t as many solid couples that intrigued you in terms of their long term potential like other shows. Overall, I did think this was a solid new show that won’t reach upper echelon status. Grade: B

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