*Even in the middle of a pandemic some people are still searching for love.
Perhaps because of social distancing rules, a limited social calendar or strict work schedules it’s harder to find that significant ‘other.’
That’s why reality TV shows such as Ready To Love have become popular among single, educated, Black professionals. And that’s why I plan to provide reviews of season 3 episodes in the coming weeks.
I was drawn to this program, because it helps me to compare my dating requirements to those of other women. And, like most people, I want to see what the competition has to offer. How can I step up my game? Although I’m older than most cast members on this show, I still find it helpful to see what dating in 2020 looks like. And I think you will too.
The first episode of this new season was an introduction of the cast to viewers and to set the tone for the coming weeks. The first two seasons were produced in Atlanta. Cast members were allowed to keep their day jobs, live at home and show up to produce their scenes, according to the production schedule. This season is produced in Houston. Cast members are sequestered at a private resort where everybody lives together unable to leave unless they are booted off the resort. It’s true you really don’t know people until you live with them. This season’s drama will be taken to the next level because they’re stuck on this resort and forced to deal with their emotions all while trying to find ‘the one.’
I foresee major personality clashes, especially between female cast members. Guys tend to be less emotional and more cerebral about their interaction, at least in front of onlookers. This will make for great television, but for finding unconditional love, not so much. Review my video to find out what I think about the cast members of season 3.
Steffanie is a freelance journalist living in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex. Email her at info@SteffanieRivers.com with your comments, questions and speaking inquiries. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @TCBStef.