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Parents need to know that this dating series -- in which men and women choose prospective partners without actually seeing what they look like -- has a fair bit of kissing/makingo ut and sexual innuendo (including discussions about looking “sexy” and some brief conversations about prior sexual experience).

At the end of each episode contestants get a chance to see each other in the light of day, and decide whether or not to pursue their relationship.

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During the reveal process the couple must remain silent.

While being shown in the light, a contestant cannot see the other contestant's reaction.

They’re totally sequestered from the opposite sex but are all looking for love.

While they have no chance of seeing each other in the light, they do have the opportunity to date in a completely dark room.

After several days of meeting others in the darkroom, the participants select the one member of the opposite sex that they want to see revealed in the light.

For the first time, the participants see whom they’ve been dating. After they’ve finally seen each other in the light for the first time, they each have to make a difficult decision.

Looks are taken out of the equation as the men and women get to know each other and form bonds in total darkness. And, to complete the picture, they also get a clue about each other outside the darkroom: photos of their homes, or being able to check out their luggage — anything that conveys information about the single.

The singles meet up every day in the darkroom — first as a group, then one on one. And of course, all of their experiences are discussed in detail in each side of the house, with rivalries flaring up when two people set their sights on the same person.

DATING IN THE DARK explores whether or not love is really blind.