Love at First Kiss
There's nothing more nerve-racking than a blind date. What will the person look like? Will it be awkward? What if you skipped all that and went straight for the first kiss? Love at First Kiss is a bold new dating show from The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss and Warner Horizon Television, where couples decide who they'll date based on how they kiss.
Based on a Dutch format of the same name from Eyeworks (now owned by Warner Bros. Television Group), each episode of Love at First Kiss will explore the captivating power of a first kiss between two strangers. Straight or gay, the only qualification for these singles to be on the show is the willingness to kiss somebody they just met. The experiment is as simple as it sounds: walk up to a complete stranger, kiss and then decide if there's enough chemistry to want to get to know each other better. Can a kiss really lead to true romance? Or will they choose to go their separate ways?
Before they make their final decision, they must first both agree to go on a two-minute speed date. If each person is still interested after that, they decide if they want to enter the final stage: a real first date. Cameras will catch all of the awkward moments, candid confessions as well as physical and emotional connections. Will they find everlasting love? First impressions are everything. The first step is the first kiss.