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Subscriber Account active since. American viewers have also been introduced to foreign reality series, like the popular British dating competition, " Love Island ," which is available on Hulu. Thanks to streaming services, these shows are only the tip of the iceberg. Insider has many movie and TV show lists to keep you occupied. You can read them all here.
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A popular South Korean dating show has ceased filming after a contestant killed herself during production. Players live together in a guest house called "Lovetown" and compete in challenges to go on romantic dates with each other to find love, or at least a showmance. Those who don't win dates, or get rejected when they do, were forced to eat solo and, you know, basically cry for the cameras before being allowed any dessert — I'm not entirely serious about the tears, but everyone knows raw emotion makes for good TV. Though the show hadn't even finished filming, producers will have been crafting its narratives.
The series has a premise similar to Joe Millionaire ,  and follows twelve American women who are led to believe that they are competing for the affections of Prince Harry. However, in reality the bachelor is Matthew Hicks, a Prince Harry look-alike. On June 12, , it was announced the show was pulled from the air in the US and cancelled after airing only four episodes. At first, the contestants are not explicitly told that the bachelor is Prince Harry; they are merely led to make that inference on their own by Hicks' close resemblance, the royal setting of Englefield House ,  the lavish dates, and being surrounded by real professional servants and a security detail that really does have experience protecting heads of state. Contestant Andrea Fox, in an interview on the Kidd Kraddick in the Morning radio show, said that prior to filming the contestants were told they were going to be on a TV show called "Dream Date" and that it was more about "the experience for the girls" instead of "finding love", and that people with the show kept saying "Don't compare it to The Bachelor ".