Singled Out is back to help a new generation find love.
An updated version of the classic 1990s dating game show will premiere on Quibi next month, more than 20 years after the original aired on MTV. The reboot was formatted with an emphasis on inclusivity, with singles of all genders and sexual preferences competing for a date with the main contestant.
Keke Palmer and Joel Kim Booster will co-host the reboot, which will also incorporate elements from online dating. "It's about to get nasty," Palmer says in the clip. "The show where one dater blindly speed-dates 30 eligible singles until one lucky person is singled out."
You can check the trailer above. Singled Out will debut on the Quibi app April 6. Quibi is also offering a limited-time three-month free trial for those who sign up prior to April 20. Learn more about the app and its services here.
The original Singled Out premiered in 1995 on MTV with hosts Chris Hardwick and Jenny McCarthy; the latter was replaced by Carmen Electrca in 1997.