Fox dating show with george lopez
After the women narrow down their field to those interested in the guy on stage, the man takes charge until posing one final question to the two remaining women before choosing the winner.
A game show that begins with a group of 30 single women in search of finding the perfect match.
But at least "Take Me Out" has plenty of energy and camp; you can even picture (I did) viewers hooting at their TV set, or maybe throwing a half-eaten hot dog at it.
That's called "engagement," and "engagement" is usually a good thing in TV. In the clip, Lopez cracks a few groaners -- "will it be lust or bust?
has landed a host: George Lopez will lead the way on the series that follows 30 single women as they search for a match when it premieres June 7 at 8 p.m.
A bachelor is introduced for inspection by each of the women.
If they don't like the guy, they press a button and the light goes out on their podium. The final round is the guy's choice: he poses a question to two finalists and chooses a winner who he then asks out on a date.
The twist here is that the women can decide whether to continue to hear more about the man and what he brings to the table, or they can press a button declaring they are not interested.
If there are multiple women remaining by the end of the round, the bachelor then chooses who he would like to go on a date with out of the remaining women.