BLIND DATE HITS THE ROAD FOR ITS 6th SEASON MATCHING UP SINGLES IN CABO SAN LUCAS, NEW YORK CITY, LAS VEGAS, MIAMI, JAMAICA AND MORE
A Hot New Season of Blind Date Begins September 27 Highlighted By A Wedding, Dating Disasters and Ultimate Fighters
New �Man On The Street� Segment Has Host Roger Lodge Asking Everyday People Fun Questions About the Always-Interesting World of Dating
LOS ANGELES -- September 24, 2004 -- NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution's Blind Date kicks off its sixth season on Monday, September 27 featuring episodes filmed in exotic and exciting locales including Cabo San Lucas, New York City, Las Vegas, Miami, Jamaica and more. Guaranteed to make audiences laugh and blush at the same time, the new season debuts with a week of "dating disasters" episodes.
Some of the new episodes viewers can look forward to in season six include a 'Blind Date' wedding, "Ultimate Fighting Championship" fighters getting romantic and five ladies from the "Lingerie Bowl" looking for love on camera.
Host Roger Lodge is taking to the streets in season six, as Blind Date will feature a new "Man on the Street" segment where everyday people reveal hilarious and sometimes-shocking dating stories.
"Our sixth season is filled with even more flirting, bickering and outrageous behavior," said executive producer, Tom Klein. "We are helping fans search high and low with interesting characters in unique locations to fulfill their voyeuristic desires in the fun-filled search for love."
Since its debut in 1999, Blind Date has built a broad national audience by blending its clever commentary, charismatic host and attractive, fun, and sometimes wacky singles to make the most entertaining half-hour of programming in syndication.
The 30-minute series is hosted by Roger Lodge, and is executive produced by Gold Coast Television Entertainment's David Garfinkle and Jay Renfroe. Thomas Klein also serves as executive producer and Rob Dames and Peter Karlin are co-executive producers. Blind Date is distributed domestically by NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution.
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