I wanted to find women who are successful in their own lives.
They're not desperate; their lives don't suck if they don't meet a man on a show.
and so on) across the Big Four, has seen his slate grow considerably over the years — but one thing you won't find on his résumé is a dating show.
That changes tonight, with the launch of Fox's .
He co-created the series with Ben Newmark, Dan Newmark and Larry Barron for MGM and Grandma’s House Entertainment. MGM will handle international distribution as well. Burnett’s other active series roster includes NBC’s “The Voice” and “Celebrity Apprentice,” CBS’ “Survivor,” ABC’s “Shark Tank,” “Beyond the Tank” and “500 Questions.” News of the Fox deal was first reported by Deadline.
Terrence Jenkins — better-known as “Think Like a Man” actor Terrence J — says he’s ready for the challenge of hosting “Coupled,” the new Fox reality dating show premiering May 17.
The side-gig became so popular that after his football career ended, Loggy went full-time with his music career.
“It’s a genre that attracts a wide audience and our series gives a very fresh perspective that mirrors real life.” The project also marks Burnett’s first dating reality show.I also wanted a host that didn't feel like a host of a dating show. Why wouldn't we have a diverse cast of men and women?When the women meet [host] Terence [Jenkins], they don't even know who he is. We have an African-American guy in the first episode."The real soap opera unfolds as new couples are formed and have to discover whether or not they have the compatibility to make their relationships last," the press release reads. Find out (if you dare) when Coupled premieres on May 17.“Survivor” and “The Voice” executive producer Mark Burnett had never tackled a dating show — until now.The sale comes on the heels of Mark Burnett taking the reins of MGM Television as president, following MGM’s buyout of his United Artists Media Group venture last month.