Love Is Blind

Single men on off-the-wall, unpredictable, and blind-as-a-bat first dates.

BY VICTOR MELAMED

Following on the heels of their hit drama Feral, international gay subscription streaming service Dekkoo will release their second original series, “Love Is Blind” this coming Valentine’s Day (February 14).

Foregoing the reality TV trappings of rented real estate, dubious “drama” and elimination anticipation, Dekkoo’s “Love Is Blind,” is cheap, cheerful and charming. Real guys, real blind dates, real–sometimes flirty, sometimes awkward–laughs.

Cute, sexy, and funny, with a sweet soupçon of snark, “Love is Blind” follows fourteen single New York City men on seven (one per episode) off-the-wall, unpredictable, and blind-as-a-bat first dates. Voyeuristic viewers tag along for the day-long courtship as these courageous men turn each other on—and sometimes [snap!] turn on each other.

Matches potentially made in gay heaven are subjected to sexy/awkward ice-breaking activities–from wrestling matches and kink classes to body painting and tantric yoga–before being whisked away to a proper dinner date, where, clutching much needed drinks, the couples unwind, flirt and on occasion, fizzle.

“Love is Blind” is hosted by cheekily charming comedian Mike Kelton (Logo/MTV/VH1), who provides hilarious running commentary and “in-depth” analysis throughout each episode.


”Love Is Blind” debuts Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2017 on Dekkoo.com.

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