Two and two dating show
or Miss Right for the first time; however, there were plenty of older contestants who were single (officially listed as "never been married"), widowed or divorced (multiple times, in some cases).
Daters were given for the date (mentioned on a 1985 episode re-aired on GSN) during the show's initial run.
Love Connection was an American television game show, where singles tried to find the best date and/or to have something in common with each other.
The show debuted in syndication in 1983 and ended in 1994 after more than 2,000 shows, although reruns continued to air through June 30, 1995.
The show was a variant of The Dating Game in which a bachelor or bachelorette would select from three potential dates of the opposite sex.
A large majority of the contestants were in their 20s and looking for Mr.
To the casual observer, it seemed to be a needless formality, but in rare instances, a couple appeared to have a good time on their first date, but for one reason or another one or both parties decided not to pursue a second date.While Chuck was hosting Love Connection, he also hosted the daytime game show Scrabble on NBC.This show was produced by Eric Lieber Productions in association with and distributed by: Telepictures (1983-86, 1998-99); Lorimar-Telepictures (1986-89); Lorimar Television (1989-90); Warner Bros. The premise is still the same, only here, the picker went out with all three members of the opposite sex, but they did it one at a time.Other times, the dates went poorly and, in extreme cases, were disastrous.Regardless of the outcome, Chuck then revealed the audience's vote.