Reason to watch: If you love reality TV, then you love polygamy. The theme of current-wives-hating-new-wives runs deep, and this show doesn’t disappoint in exploiting this mine field.Also, special shout out to TLC for giving us the first dating show that includes more than two people on a first date. But there are other nights, and other delightfully messy dating shows to watch out there in the wide world of reality TV.Forget dramatic rose ceremonies - there's polygamy, foreign visas, and forced marriages out there happening right now on our cable networks!Will we find out that the people on the outside are 100% crazier than the inmates? Relationship expert Diann Valentine takes five African-American women to Italy who claim to have faced challenges finding a good man, state side.Will an ex-Crip and current Mormon-mother-of-three make the perfect match? In Rome, our single ladies are presented with Italy’s most eligible – and sometimes most cringeworthy – bachelors.Tune in to see bizarre moments like a husband and wife learning each others’ phone numbers for the first time – or the fact that they can’t stand the sight of the other person, period. The show promises romantic endings and heartbreak, with some dramatic dead ends to boot.
She’ll get to see everything they can, and talk directly to them — but neither will see what the other person looks like.Reason to watch: A handful of couples have actually stayed married as a result of this show’s experiment. If you’ve ever dreamt about the “one that got away,” this docuseries shows you what happens when you find them.This season, however, it looks glum for all of our couples. British TV personality Cherry Healey hosts this hunt for exes on a worldwide journey that practically requires the services of Interpol.Also, these women are bound to fight among themselves. I'm catching up on my new guilty pleasure but I can't lie after @iamashleykapri and @dimitrisnowden go off I'm over it...I just love them ❤ #seekingsisterwife #dvrbinge #favoritecouple A post shared by Vee Jenise (@veejenise) on Already building a solid cult following, this show follows three “plural families” as they look for/transition a new sister wife into their crazy ass lifestyle.In a clip exclusive to The Wrap, Jade, a juvenile court teacher who very much wants a family is talking to her “frunt-runner” Glenn about possibly unsnipping himself so they can have children together. Well, if you aren’t asking a stranger to do it via a body cam strapped to their chest, that is.The 37-year-old, who says her long-term relationships have led her to waste her “prime years” — or “clock blocked” her — asks Glenn via live stream if he is open to having more kids, as the way he puts his family first “melts” her heart. Pimple Popper' to Series - Yes, This Is the Real Name of a Real TV Show (Exclusive) Watch the exclusive clip above.TLC has set the debut of Hear Me, Love Me, See Me, based on a format from Fremantle Media-owned Israeli prodco Abot Hameiri, for next month.The content you are trying to access is only available to members.We can offer support and guidance about how to end a relationship and specialist services on working out issues following on from separation.Kate Gosselin is slated to appear in the dating reality show on TLC in the fall, People reported Monday.