Forget about Too Hot to Handle or Love is Blind, Netflix has come up with another dating television series Dating Around. So, if you are done with these episodes, it is time to catch the train of Dating Around with a nice cocktail on the cozy couch.
Dating Around is an American reality dating streaming television series on Netflix with two seasons. The show explores one particular person who goes on five blind dates with people from different communities and different sexual orientations.
When is Dating Around released on Netflix?
Dating Around on Netflix has two seasons with six episodes each. Season one of Dating Around was released on February 14, 2019, exclusively on Netflix. This is the first dating reality show on Netflix that the streaming platform has produced. After the success of Season 1, Netflix brings back another season. Netflix renewed season 2 of Dating Around on February 6th, 2020. The filming and production of Season 2, wrapped up quickly. On June 12th, 2022, they released season 2 of Dating Around. Now both the seasons are streaming on Netflix.
Watching Dating Around on Netflix to remind me how single I am pic.twitter.com/6AbFxw14o6
— Jay Pablo (@Jai_z_23) July 1, 2020
What Netflix’s Dating Around is about?
Unlike Love is Blind, Dating Around on Netflix follows around a particular person who meets five people on five blind dates in the same restaurants or pub. One of the main things, that the viewers can misunderstand the situation is that the dater is going on five dates on the same day. But, surprisingly, the filming goes on for a week. The episodes visualize seamless transitions between different dates. But, little did they know, only one lucky person scores the second date. At the end of the episode, the show reveals who is that lucky man or woman, who scored another date.
Getting to know each other has now become boring and outdated. The show highlights mutual conversation, sparks, and even dull moments that can bring out the best of one man. Dating Around has a very chill vibe, just like a regular day in everyone’s life. There is no host, no twists, just two people meeting on a date, sharing drinks and food.
The show featured a Filipino and Dominican, queer and straight, in their 20s and in their 60s, in season 1 and season 2, respectively.
The episodes are not very long, so can easily end the season in one go.