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Wednesday 3 April 2024

Love Triangle: A Radical Twist on Modern Dating

Love Triangle

By Jon Donnis

In the ever-evolving landscape of dating, where swipes and clicks dictate our romantic prospects, E4 introduces a groundbreaking concept: Love Triangle. Premiering later this month, this innovative series challenges conventional dating norms and injects a hefty dose of drama into the quest for love.

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Six brave singles, dubbed as "pickers," are tasked with a monumental decision: choosing between just two handpicked partners, or "suitors," meticulously selected to represent their usual preferences and their deeper, more profound romantic needs. The catch? They must make this decision based solely on texting, without ever laying eyes on their potential matches.

Love Triangle follows the singles as they spend 48 intense hours getting to know their suitors through digital conversations. No pictures, no selfies—just raw, unfiltered connection. After this whirlwind period, the pickers face the nerve-wracking challenge of selecting one suitor for a blind date.

But here's where things get truly electrifying: as the new couples begin to settle into their budding relationships, rejected suitors make a shocking return. The dynamics shift as these rejected matches become unexpected contenders, thrusting the pickers into a complex love triangle.

With each twist and turn, the series keeps audiences on the edge of their seats. From surprise housemates to heart-wrenching decisions, Love Triangle delves deep into the complexities of modern romance. As emotions run high and loyalties are tested, viewers are left questioning everything they thought they knew about love and compatibility.

Developed from an Australian format by the producers of Married at First Sight Australia, Love Triangle promises to captivate British audiences with its fresh take on dating. Channel 4 Commissioning Editor, Lee McMurray, expresses confidence that viewers will be gripped by this departure from the superficiality of swipe-based dating culture.

Executive produced by Charlie Faux and Ben Mitchell of Workerbee, Love Triangle is set to redefine the dating show genre. It's a rollercoaster ride of emotions, offering a compelling exploration of love, desire, and the unexpected twists that accompany matters of the heart.

Prepare for the ultimate romantic showdown as Love Triangle pushes the boundaries of love and tests the resilience of relationships. Will true love prevail, or will hearts be left shattered in the wake of explosive revelations? Tune in to E4 for an unforgettable journey through the highs and lows of modern romance.

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