TLC WILL KISS AND TELL WITH NEW SERIES, "LOVE AT FIRST KISS"
- Eight-Episode Series From Creator of The Bachelor and Warner Horizon Television Premieres Wednesday, August 3 at 10/9c -
(Silver Spring, MD) - Will true love be sealed with a kiss, or will it be a total miss? TLC's LOVE AT FIRST KISS, premiering Wednesday, August 3rd at 10/9c, breaks singles' boundaries by having them go beyond their comfort zones and kiss a total stranger, without introduction, to find out if one kiss can lead to everlasting love. If either of the pair feels a spark while lip locked, he or she can head to a two-minute speed date, which, if all goes well, could lead to a date in the real world, where all bets are off. Will their initial kiss lead to "happily ever after" or be the kiss of death?
From the producers of The Bachelor, LOVE AT FIRST KISS puts smooching skills to the ultimate test, with unexpected outcomes at every turn. Each episode will introduce viewers to new singles - and some returning singles who didn't find love the first time around - as they ditch the traditional ways of meeting someone and take the plunge with a complete stranger. From awkward and sometimes steamy moments to quickly developing emotional and physical connections, viewers will find out how far singles will go to find true love.
In the premiere episode, Joanna, a realtor who never kisses before a third date, finds herself making out with her date. Will charismatic Christian bring her out of her shell? Kaitlyn is picky about guys, but she's determined to find love and is open to kissing first and talking later. And, we'll meet Josh, a 27-year-old who has never been kissed. Will these singles find love at first kiss?
Based on the Dutch format from Eyeworks, LOVE AT FIRST KISS is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss, Martin Hilton and Bennett Graebner will serve as executive producers.
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ABOUT WARNER HORIZON TELEVISION
Warner Horizon Television (WHTV) is one of the entertainment industry's leading producers of scripted series for the cable and subscription/on-demand marketplace, and primetime reality series for both network and cable. A division of the Warner Bros. Television Group, WHTV was founded in 2006. Its current scripted programs are Rizzoli & Isles and Animal Kingdom for TNT, People of Earth for TBS, Pretty Little Liars and Famous in Love for Freeform, Longmire and Fuller House for Netflix, and Queen Sugar for OWN. WHTV's unscripted series are The Voice and Little Big Shots for NBC, as well as The Bachelor franchise - which also includes The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise and After Paradise for ABC, as well as Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After for Freeform - and 500 Questions for ABC, among others.
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