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She had moved onto other realms of reality TV — currently, she's working on a show that reunites the casts of high school musicals as adults for Us Tv network ABC., a Netflix vehicle with a tantalisingly simple premise: Six single people going on five first dates — that’s all. “It was a rare thing that I accepted a dating show proposal,” Rossiter told Refinery29 over the phone. The truth is, and its byproducts, our learned "instincts" for a dating show include expecting loads of drama, cutaway interviews with cast-members, and a built-in sense of direction — is this couple headed toward the aisle?Co-creators Franklin and Chris Culvenor didn't bother re-fashioning these old tropes. Taking to the streets of New York, producers looked for people outside the set of veneer-wearing, glossy individuals typically seen on dating shows.“There’s nothing from the show that wasn’t in the experiment. “[And] it’s the journey of what I was going through in my life.Even though it’s funny, I was very lonely at the time.”From there, Norris’ experiment has continued to grow.By weaving the five dates together, the show takes on a -esque quality.The camera shows Sarah telling a story on one date, then cuts to her on another date, finishing up the same tale.
"I didn’t tell them a damn thing about the person they were going to meet that day," Rossiter said.Why it matters: Developers and publishers in China are putting more emphasis on games targeting female audiences as the user group’s purchasing power surges, as has been demonstrated by a stream of successful titles such as “Mr.Love: Queen’s Choice.” Details: The title, which translates to “Palms That Can’t Be Reached,” was first released in Japan by Capcom in 2016 with the name “Imprisoned Palm.” Bilibili won the rights to distribute the game in China some time ago but had been unable to move forward due to a freeze on new game approvals in the country, Game Look reported.After Norris’ original cat-loving character was inundated with messages—from the silly and funny, to endearing and thoughtful—the comedian decided to perform an experiment.She created 38 OKCupid profiles, using photos of herself and friends, that were all “undateable personalities” and purposefully absurd.