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The 15-episode rollout arrives at a time when retro game shows (“Match Game,” “The Gong Show,” “$100,000 Pyramid”) are coming out of retirement, much like many of their scripted series counterparts.
The move by studios and networks to dig into their vaults is an attempt to lure back older TV viewers and reach a new generation — however hopeless the pursuit — as shifting viewing habits and the influx of programming options continue to vex the industry.“Dating has become a bit of a forgotten art,” says Rob Wade, the head of alternative programming at Fox.
In the event that two couples chose correctly, the man with the most stuffed hearts won the date.
Studs provoked some controversy because the answers on the show often discussed the contestants' sexual relationships in detail.
Each week different men come to the Caribbean Island and meet the women.