Unlike Love is Blind, this show is not built on a sight-unseen premise — it’s all about physical connection. However, both shows do center on first impressions. Created in the U.K., this series now has versions worldwide, including the U.S., Australia, and Nigeria.
In the franchise, 11 singles spend the summer in the ultimate beach house, pair up weekly based on first looks, and continue to switch off until they feel they’ve found their match. What’s different about this show is it is played in real-time and airs most of the week. The public even has a say in the contestants’ fate, as voters can influence eliminations and ultimately choose their favorite couple in the finale. That lucky couple walks away with $50k to 100k, depending on which country you are tuning into.