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Though set in New York City and featuring mostly beautiful people in trendy jobs, those close-to-typical folks are very relatable.
But most of the show's leads choose someone to see again, and sometimes those choices seem arbitrary.
Senior widower Leonard, trying to explain why he doesn’t want a second date with one woman, says, “It’s just a feeling.
I’ve never actually enjoyed dating shows, but I’ve hate-watched plenty of them. ” at the leading men on ABC’s “The Bachelor,” rolled my eyes at the pun-filled narration on MTV’s late-2000s show “Next” and scoffed at the standards held by rich, single clients on Bravo’s “Millionaire Matchmaker.” Netflix’s “Dating Around” is the first reality show I actually enjoyed watching because it is a beautiful, poetic series that doesn't mock its subjects.
At a time when dating has become an exercise in app roulette, with infinite options to swipe but the same awkward first-date hurdles, “Dating Around” captures the uncertain search for connection: no smug host, cheesy music or probing confessionals required.