A new series will be premiering soon that comes from the creator of “The Bachelor” and Warner Horizon Television. The series is “Love at First Kiss,” which bows Aug. 3 on TLC.
The show has an eight-episode order, TLC announced.
The series “breaks singles’ boundaries by having them go beyond their comfort zones and kiss a total stranger, without introduction, to find out if one kiss can lead to everlasting love,” the network says in its announcement. “If either of the pair feels a spark while lip locked, he or she can head to a two-minute speed date, which, if all goes well, could lead to a date in the real world, where all bets are off. Will their initial kiss lead to ‘happily ever after’ or be the kiss of death?”
The program, based on a Dutch format from Eyeworks, is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss, Martin Hilton and Bennett Graebner are executive producers.
The announcement adds: “Each episode will introduce viewers to new singles — and some returning singles who didn’t find love the first time around — as they ditch the traditional ways of meeting someone and take the plunge with a complete stranger. From awkward and sometimes steamy moments to quickly developing emotional and physical connections, viewers will find out how far singles will go to find true love.”