Critic Consensus: If you're not ready to mingle Singled Out won't impress, but those ready to play will find Keke Palmer and Joel Kim Booster make a perfect pair of hosts for this refreshingly open reboot.
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News & Interviews for Singled Out: Season 1
Singled Out was a bad show even in its original incarnation back in the 90s, and shortening it into quibis doesn't make it any better. Well, at least this version doesn't feature Chris Hardwick or Jenny McCarthy.
Singled Out attempts to change things up by making all the potential matches secretly be people the contestant looking for a date follows on social media. But the twist ultimately feels a little creepy.
The frenetic pace of the speed-dating rounds, which uses clever games and playful questions to narrow the dating pool, make Singled Out an enjoyable watch from start to finish, even if many of the guests are pretty forgettable.
The zany energy of Hustlers' Keke Palmer and comedian Joel Kim Booster in front of a live studio audience brings the rapid-fire question session to life.
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