One more day, more dating-related reality TV programs debut. I’m however not complaining as this time, the show is interesting and genuine.
The Real Love Boat is a matchmaking program wherein individuals gather aboard a Princess Cruises ship and sail the open sea in search of love. The Love Boat originally ran on ABC from 1977 until 1986.
The 12 competitors would embark on location dates with the captain, bartender, and cruise director, who served as the movie’s fictional members of the crew, to locations including Santorini, Rome, and Barcelona, with fresh singles arriving and departing every week, according to TODAY. Jerry O’Connell and Rebecca Romijn, who have been married since 2007, serve as the hosts of the month-long trip.
Princess Cruises gave the last pair money and a tour. If I may say well for myself, that seems really fascinating.
On CBS, the show debuted on October 5 at 9 p.m. ET.
In this, all counts for, adore, thrilling, and novel. CBS is hoping you will join them. They are waiting for you. Soon, “The Love Boat” will return, but this time as “The Real Love Boat” a competitive realism spin upon that venerable television series. Genuine individuals who are seeking romance are on hand for the movie’s Oct. 5 launch, in addition to a genuine group of secondary characters who are there to aid in the matching process.
Following joining Princess Cruises in 1996, our captain, Arrigo, finally advanced to the position of captain of a ship again for liner. Your Bartender, Ezra Freeman, joined Princess in 2019. And your cruise director, Matt Mitcham, has served in that position for 14 years and apparently met his own wife on a cruise in 2016.
According to sources, “We didn’t desire performers; we sought folks who truly performed this to fulfill a job.” “A real cruise director, real bartender, and real ship’s captain. In addition to working their regular occupations, those individuals, like those in the pilot episode, discover singles and pair people with the intention of finding a match”, continued.
Making the situation that much campier: Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell, a married couple, perform the show’s recognizable opening song in addition to serving as hosts made famous, of course, by singer Jack Jones.
You can’t undervalue the romanticism of “The Love Boat,” according to Bienstock. Following that, play the background music.”