Fox dating show more to love

Why don't the real women -- the woman who watch these shows, for the most part -- have a chance to get on these shows and find love too?" Fleiss said is "still a relationship show" on the surface.

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"This is a dating show that sends the right message about embracing and loving yourself no matter your shape or size," said Fleiss.

"But the way they're reacting to situations is going to be from a different perspective.

They've experienced dating a different way than the beautiful -- than the stick-thin girls have," he told potential bachelorettes have also "probably been rejected more in their lives" and thus have become "a lot more trepidatious about dating." "Mike and I feel that it's not as superficial as other dating shows have been. For six years, it's been skinny-minis and good-looking bachelors, and that's not what the dating world looks like.

But more to the point, the fragility of these women sucks the fun out of the meeting-and-culling process that should be the entertainment heart of any dating reality show.

There's no escaping just how painful each real or imagined slight or mistake must feel.

In the past Fleiss and Darnell most notably worked together on , a controversial reality dating series that aired as a special on Fox in early 2000.

The special concluded with Rick Rockwell marrying Darva Conger immediately after he selected her, however the marriage was annulled later that year after it was revealed that Rockwell wasn't actually a millionaire and previously had a restraining order taken out against him by a former girlfriend. "And what if there was one with real-looking women, whether you call them maybe plus-sized, or a little heavier...

With careers ranging from a plus-sized model to lawyer to yes, an actual rocket scientist, each of the 20 females seems unique.

Among the field of would-be girlfriends, schoolteacher Magali longs for a man who will love her "for who she is inside." Corporate trainer Shari, meanwhile, is all about attitude.

Contestant after contestant confesses, in the introductory moment, that they don't like being big.

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