Participants are segregated from the opposite sex in the light of day but allowed to date only in a completely dark room; working with a sketch artist, contestants envision their favorite dates based on the nonvisual clues they have gotten.This is a show where six couples try dating each other without ever meeting. Last night’s episode of “Dating in the Dark” finally formed a lasting couple!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.Then they go out on succeeding dates in the dark room and get to know more about each other in a better “light” using only the senses that they can put to good use.In this time and age when people become more attracted to the opposite sex through visual characteristics, Dating in the Dark allows its participants to “see” the real character of his or her potential partner without having to know how they look like just yet.Each contestant is standing at opposite ends of the dark room with a very large two-way mirror between them.
After several meetings and choosing one partner, they’re shown each other’s physical appearance and must decide if they’d like to continue dating.Hosted by celebrity model and 2008's Miss Universe Australia, Laura Dundovic, Dating In The Dark combines cheeky voyeurism with irresistible insights into how human relationships really work.A reality show in which contestants meet and get acquainted in a completely dark room before selecting to see one of their dates in the light, and deciding whether to pursue the relationship further.It makes people think whether personality or looks matter most in the quest for a potential life partner. Hosted by Rossi Moreale, the ABC reality series debuted last summer, paired with the alphabet network’s Bachelor series.Those that make a good match tend to end up going out of the house together while those who do not want to continue dating the remaining people, freely walk out of the house with no partner in tow.