In each episode, three single men and three single women move into a house together.
While they have no chance of seeing each other in the light, they do have the opportunity to date in a completely dark room.
Looks are taken out of the equation as the men and women get to know each other and form bonds in total darkness. And, to complete the picture, they also get a clue about each other outside the darkroom: photos of their homes, or being able to check out their luggage — anything that conveys information about the single.
After the contestants got to sufficiently know one another, they were each revealed to their potential suitor, forcing a decision as to whether they still wanted to pursue a relationship after seeing how the other person looks.
Dating In The Dark is a reality series which sees six single people each episode moving into a house.
As well as the incredible anxiety inducing finale of the show where contestants finally reveal if they want to continue dating someone after seeing them for the first time, audiences are also able to gain enjoyment from the various dating tasks that the contestants are provided with.
These tasks – which can be viewed thanks to the aid of night vision cameras, enable viewers at home to watch the often humorous encounters between the contestants as they struggle to find who they believe could potentially be the best looking of the group.For the first time, the participants see whom they’ve been dating. After they’ve finally seen each other in the light for the first time, they each have to make a difficult decision.Do they want to get to know each other even better, or do they walk away?After dating literally in the dark, they finally get to see each other.Will it be love at first sight, or will they leave alone?Series Finale: Episode 12 Billy Jeffrey, an outrageous Chippendale dancer and season one contestant, joins two other men and three women on a search for love in the darkroom.