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What you're missing: Imagine you're a witch and your coven is awaiting delivery of a sacrificial goat, only instead of a goat it's a cocky young man, and instead of ritualistic chanting there is lightly saucy badinage.
You decide whether you fancy the man based on his skills - doing the funky worm, flexing his muscles, taking his shirt off - while he decides whether he fancies you based on your ability to keep upright on your skyscraper heels under the weight of hairspray and false eyelashes.
Were we to imagine a Black Mirror episode about dating, this would be it.
Even that show Naked Attraction wasn’t this horrifying, though we’re sure there’s a case for both.
Meanwhile, in a gloomy 12 months for some, feelgood entertainment shows such as "Strictly Come Dancing" and "I'm a Celebrity... British TV is dominated by BBC1 and ITV, meaning a traditional top 20 would consist of programmes almost exclusively from these two channels.
You marvel at Davina’s gift for sprinting through a shopping precinct without ever turning red-faced and sweaty, and wish you could go on a date with her instead.
If you got through that without scratching your head, we applaud you.
The woman calling the shots on last night’s first episode designed a dream boyfriend who was ‘mixed race’ with ‘quirky, stylish dress sense’ (a snapback cap and red shoes. She later admitted, while being driven to meet her eight new boyfriends: ‘The thought of having eight dream guys in one house is terrifying.’ You’re telling us.
To address this, we have carved our list up into three sections: Pay-TV and specialist channels; smaller terrestrial channels; and the big boys — BBC1 and ITV.
The best dating reality shows offer viewers the unique perspective of watching singles trying to find the perfect mate.