After that, the question round was conducted in its usual fashion, with the bachelor/bachelorette picking who they thought had the best personality out of the three.
The format of the reboot seems to be similar to the original, with single men and women going on blind dates and then returning to tell tales about their adventures with one another in front of a studio audience.
Cohen, like Woolery, will play ringmaster, grilling the singles in a comedic way about their dates.
“The more visibility, the better,” he told the LGBT-interest magazine. I think it’s great.” One of the contestants appearing on the show is 32-year-old Liz Baxter.
“I never thought that I would be in this position, but I’m super proud of being gay, so I’m happy to be an advocate in any way,” she told The Advocate.
“It’s 2017, and they should just be treated the exact same way as I’m treating everyone else,” the TV personality, 48, told The Advocate on Thursday, May 25.
“I think it’s just kind of this post-gay world that we live in, where it’s just another part of this dating show.” Cohen was the one who approached Fox and asked if gay singles could be included in the revival of the game show, which originally aired in the 80s and 90s. And we’re not going away.'” Cohen also discussed the significance of his gig as the host of Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
The Dating Game (also known as The New Dating Game and The All-New Dating Game) is the long-running dating game show where one girl or one guy had to choose between three bachelors or bachelorettes to go out on a date for which the producers pay.
Generally the bachelorette would ask a series of questions to each of the three hidden bachelors.
When all said and done, the dating couple went out on a dream vacation which was paid by the producers.
Occasionally, the bachelor would ask questions to three bachelorettes.
Sometimes the guy chosen would be the one chosen for both looks & personality; in later shows when that happened he/she won a 0 bonus in addition to the trip.