World series of Dating was a BBC3 comedy that turns dating into a American style TV sports show featuring slo-mo action replays, overblown graphics, music and scripted comedy analysis from US dating champ, Doyle Mac Manus (Rob Riggle) and James Chetwyn-Talbot (Tom Price) with the series culminating in finding the UK's Greatest Dater.
This was a scripted comedy reality show as three men are given the chance to chat up three ladies in a speed-dating format with the ladies having the option to buzz and eject a date should they prove to be dull, stupid, misogynistic or over enthusiastic.
Of course the show is hard to take seriously and as it failed to become required cult viewing it only lasted one series, although its fun to see Riggle giving outrageous dating tips.
An ordinary guy escapes his turbulent home life when he is invited to an exclusive Hollywood party by his movie star friend, only to discover that there's more to the glamorous world than meets the eye. The episodes are short and snappy, with no padding in the story. I watched both seasons tonight and each was as good as the last. Surprisingly, the episodes were mostly between 5-9 minutes.
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