Fox dating show with george lopez
A bachelor is introduced for inspection by each of the women.If they don't like the guy, they press a button and the light goes out on their podium. The final round is the guy's choice: he poses a question to two finalists and chooses a winner who he then asks out on a date.After the cancellation of George Lopez's talk show "Lopez Tonight” late last year, the Mexican-American comedian has been on a TV hiatus.Until tonight when Lopez makes a comeback as host and matchmaker on Fox's new dating reality series "Take Me Out.” The premiere of "Lopez Tonight" back in November 2009 marked TBS' first attempt to break into the late night scene.The twist here is that the women can decide whether to continue to hear more about the man and what he brings to the table, or they can press a button declaring they are not interested.
She and her husband, former pro-football quarterback and current ESPN analyst Tim Hasselbeck, have three children together: 10-year-old Grace Elisabeth, 8-year-old Taylor Thomas and 6-year-old Isaiah Timothy.
"Take Me Out" is similar to the British dating game show of the same name, based on the original Australian dating show "Taken Out." "So the game comes to America, and it takes a completely different format and style; same game but the answers are a little more honest because we're a different culture in the United States," said Lopez according to Tulsa World. “I would say you [have to] have a sense of humor, not take yourself too seriously, be honest, pick up after yourself, love to stay at home and not do much,” Lopez said according to the .
“I really don’t go out a lot.” “I don’t like people that are messy, for one, or that are insecure,” Lopez adds.
If they don't like the guy, they press a button and the light goes out on their podium.
Final round is the guy's -- he picks a finalist to go out on a date from multiple ladies who may have chosen him.