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5 Dating Shows To Watch On Netflix If You're Looking For Some ~Drama~

Like people getting engaged to someone they've never seen before.
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If you love classic dating shows like The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, and all the drama that comes with them, here's a list of reality series from Netflix that will fill that bachelor-shaped hole in your heart:

1. Terrace House

While this is technically not a dating show, most of the contestants who join this reality series are out to find their true loves. It follows six young people from different backgrounds who start living in one house together. Terrace House: Tokyo has three seasons, and there's also Terrace House: Aloha State, and Terrace House: Opening New Doors. What makes this show the best? The hilarious commentators!

2. Love Wagon

Ainori Love Wagon: Asian Journey features seven strangers from Japan who are ~looking for love~. They embark on a trip together, develop emotional attachments, and confess their feelings for each other along the way.

3. Love Is Blind

Netflix writes: "This addictive 10-part series will uncover whether looks or age do matter, or if love really is blind." In a social experiment, people are encouraged to fall for each other without seeing what the other person looks like. They meet for the first time once they're engaged!

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4. What The Love!

Karan Johar, a popular rom-com director in India, mentors single people who are looking for love and helps them overcome self-doubt, emotional baggage, and more. Here's the fun part: Netflix says that they also go through makeovers "to help them become their best selves."

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5. Too Hot To Handle

Okay, so this is kinda like the opposite of a dating show. 10 single people from all around the world are put together in one villa. Here's the catch: They have to avoid getting physically—and we're guessing emotionally—close to each other to win a $100,000 (P5.06 million) prize!

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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