Reality style game show/dating program hosted by Madison Michelle that saw each week one person known as a "heart" attached to four "chainees" of the opposite sex, they spent a week together in the Chains of Love house (having to sleep in the same bed and so on). The Heart then decides which of the group they would like to leave until only one chainee remains. The chainee could then decide whether they wanted to see the "heart" again.

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: None

Chains of Love - Chains of Love (Ahmet Ertegun song) - Netflix

“Chains Of Love”, a 12-bar blues, was written by Doc Pomus (a.k.a. Jerome Solon Felder) who sold the copyright to Ahmet Ertegun in 1950 for $50.00 (referencing Doc Pomus and his family). Since Ertegun owned the copyright from that point forward, he had every right to claim the song as his own which he did using the pseudonym “A. Nugetre”. The song has charted numerous times in the US and abroad the first by Big Joe Turner (as Joe Turner) in 1951 reaching number 2 on the US Billboard R&B chart.. Turner's version was his first success on the Atlantic label established by Ertegun. In 1956, the song was covered by Pat Boone, whose version made no. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Another commercially successful version was by Bobby Bland, whose recording reached no. 9 on the R&B chart and no. 60 on the Hot 100 in 1969.

Chains of Love - Cover versions - Netflix

The Hollywood Flames released a version of the song as a single in 1958. Other covers include: Johnny Burnette & The Rock 'N' Roll Trio (1957); Sam Cooke (1962); B. B. King (1962); Bobby 'Blue' Bland (1969); Little Richard (1973); Lou Rawls (1992); and Irma Thomas (1992).

Chains of Love - References - Netflix