TV One redefines the dating and game show genres this January with the debut of The Game of Dating. Hosted by popular comedian Tony Rock, the game show will offer viewers provocative, sexy and hysterical new takes on classic dating show scenarios. The Game of Dating is a hilarious, jam-packed series filled with comedy, huge reveals and excellent play along," said Brad Siegel, President of TV One. "With expert comic timing, Tony Rock entertainingly navigates the audience and our contestants through two dates - each one as unpredictable and funny as the last. It's the only game show where dating pays off!" The Game of Dating begins each hour-long episode with three teams of friends and/or family who watch real dates in a "hidden camera" style from the comfort of their homes. Throughout the show, the teams, as well as Rock, will offer their funny and uncensored commentary. The couples could be on an awkward first date, enjoying a new relationship, or they could be an existing couple with history just trying to keep the magic going. The competing teams watch the dates and do their best to figure out the daters' stories and next moves in order to score cash. As the two different dates progress, the teams - who are as diverse as the daters, including sorority sisters, bakers, barbers, hair stylists, multi-generational families, comedians, basketball moms and even a group of seniors - will participate in gameplay with multiple questions about the dates like: "How long has this couple been dating?"; "Who will pay the check?"; or "Will she ask him up to her apartment when he drops her off after a dinner date?" Each correct answer earns the teams increasing amounts of cash and the team with the most money at the end of the episode wins the \$10,000 grand prize.

The Game of Dating - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-01-31

The Game of Dating - Mystery Date (game) - Netflix

Mystery Date is a board game from the Milton Bradley Company released in 1965, conceived by Marvin Glass and created by Henry Stan. Marketed to girls 6 to 14 years of age, it has been reissued in 1970, 1999, and 2005.

The Game of Dating - Gameplay - Netflix

Mystery Date can be played with 2, 3, or 4 players. The object of the game is to acquire a desirable date, while avoiding the “dud”. The player must assemble an outfit by acquiring three matching color-coded cards, which then must match the outfit of the date at the “mystery door”. The date is revealed by spinning the door handle and opening the plastic door on the game board. The five possible dates are the “formal dance” date, the “bowling” date, the “beach” date, the “skiing” date, and the “dud”. The date to be avoided is the poorly dressed “dud”. He is wearing slovenly attire, his hair is tousled, and his face sports a beard shadow. In the 1970s game, a “picnic” date replaces the “bowling” date. If the player's outfit does not match the date behind the door, the door is closed and play continues.

The Game of Dating - References - Netflix