There’s A New Matchmaker In TV Town: Oxygen To Premiere New Show, ‘Find Me My Man’
As long as reality television shows continue to dominate the airways, there will almost always be matchmaking shows to tune in to. There’s Bravo’s Millionaire Matchmaker, VH1’s Making Mr. Right, NBC’s Ready For Love and so on. Now Oxygen is joining the ranks of television networks with matchmaking series. I know you’re probably thinking, “Here comes another one of those shows. What makes this one different from all the rest?” Well, according to a press release issued by Oxygen, Find Me My Man is coming with an “urban” twist.
Natalie Clarice, known in her community as the “Titan of Love” is a Miami-based matchmaker and owner of successful matchmaking firm for the “urban elite,” Heart & Soul International. The show will document Natalie as she helps some of the single ladies of Miami find Mr. Right. A brief description of the show reads:
“In each episode Natalie and her team of romance strategists put two single ladies to the ultimate test using a variety of unconventional and unique techniques. Natalie is determined to crack Miami’s hardest cases and isn’t afraid to tell it like it is to her strong-willed clients, who are often their own worst enemies when it comes to dating. From a client who has a 15-minute countdown clock for her dates to impress her, to a pageant queen who wears her sash and tiara on first dates, these women have some outrageous quirks that are keeping them from finding love […] Utilizing the urban population in Miami, Clarice capitalizes on a niche market of diverse professionals.”
Something else that may actually set Natalie apart from many other matchmakers is that she’s been married for thirteen years.
Find Me My Man is executive produced by Alex Duda and Jason Sands under Endemol USA. It is scheduled to premiere April 9 at 9pm ET/PT on Oxygen.
Judging by the show’s trailer, it looks like it could be rather entertaining.
Turn the page for a sneak peek and let us know what you think! Is this a show you could see yourself watching or are you completely over matchmaking reality shows?