According to the program's casting producer, the show is specifically seeking single vegans and those "genuinely looking for love." Unlike other reality shows, will take a documentary approach to dating by matching up singles based on interests and following them on their first date.
The hour-long series is slated for eight episodes and will begin filming in Chicago this July.
stars Bob and Julie Miner, a loveable, down-to-earth couple tending to 200-plus animals at DEW Haven, a roadside zoo outside Mount Vernon, Maine.
"At this sanctuary, the animals are family," the show's tagline reads.
The inhabitants are allowed to choose one item to take back per day. Watch this space for more details on when these shows are going to take over our TVs, so you can hide behind your sofa accordingly.
Casting is open to participants ages 18 to 65 who are currently single and U. Network ordered the new celebrity dating reality series "Famously Single," the Hollywood Reporter reported.The new Irwin Entertainment show will follow reality stars like Pauly D ("Jersey Shore") and Brandi Glanville ("The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills") as they open up about their dating history and learn how to find love."Famously Single," which started development in May, focuses on a group of eight celebrities with rocky relationship pasts who move into a downtown Los Angeles loft.Throughout the series, the stars will open up about their past relationships and work on group exercises, one-on-one sessions and go on real dates to solve the issues that plague their love lives.