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During this week's episode of " The Bachelor ," you might have noticed a casting call for a new dating show. And we could not be more ecstatic. Details about the new show are scarce, though we know by "senior citizens" we are talking age 65 and older. A notice on ABC's casting site reads: "Are you entering your golden years and looking for romance? The obvious question comes to mind: Do we really need another dating show? But hear us out.
'The Bachelor' Producers Want to Find 'Seniors Looking for Love' for New Dating Show
The Dating Game is an American television game show that first aired on December 20, and was the first of many shows created and packaged by Chuck Barris from the s through the s. The program was revived three additional times in syndication afterward. The first revival premiered in and ran until , the second ran from until , and the last ran from until , with a subsequent season of reruns. The revival was hosted by Elaine Joyce for its first season and Jeff MacGregor for its remaining two seasons. When the show was revived with a different format in , Brad Sherwood was named as its host.
Imagine if there were a Bachelor dating show for senior citizens, where hip and happening grandmas, grandpas, and anyone else living out their golden oldies could mix, mingle, and maybe even find everlasting love on national television. Well, it appears to already be in the works at ABC, so don't start making plans on Monday night just yet. If Bachelor Nation wasn't already busy enough keeping up with The Bachelor , The Bachelorette, Bachelor Summer Games , and Bachelor in Paradise , a new casting announcement on the ABC reality show casting page revealed that the franchise's producers are looking for single, active senior citizens to participate in a geriatric version of The Bachelor.