mastermind Mark Burnett is behind FOX's new dating show, and it's not your average Cinderella story.In the series, which reads like the dating app Bumble come to life, a dozen women live in bungalows on the Caribbean island of Anguilla, where suitors are dropped off one by one via helicopter.
SAN DIEGO – One of the contestants on FOX's new hit show "Coupled" is from Carlsbad and shared how she was selected for the show.
Lindsey Tuer joined FOX 5's Brad Wills to discuss why the "Coupled" producers picked her for the show.
Apparently, her family member is a matchmaker and was helping with casting.
During Tuer's interview with Wills, she watched videos of FOX 5 bachelors who were vying for her love.
feel very lifelike as contestants are encouraged to text each other as they would off camera."What it becomes as you watch the series is the glue between the women who are still at the bungalows, who are waiting for more men.
And, they're communicating with their girlfriends who are over at the villas, who are going through various stages of dating," he said."And it feels like real life."After filming for about six weeks couples that formed were faced with the decision of whether or not to continue their romance stateside.Again, women were placed in the driver's seat as hopeful men waited by a helicopter to see if their partners would join them.Watch the video above and see if you agree with her rankings.Set in the Caribbean islands, "Coupled" follows 12 single women looking for love. Instantly, the women decide if they feel a spark of chemistry and want to spend more time with that guy, or if they don’t feel a connection and want to wait for the next one. FOX explains the real soap opera unfolds as new couples are formed and have to discover whether or not they have the compatibility to make their relationships last.