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Several young men compete to be judged best dater by four young women they date during the show. It is presented by Rob Riggle, Tom Price and Thaila Zucchi.
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World series of Dating was a BBC3 comedy that turns dating into a American style TV sports show featuring slo-mo action replays, overblown graphics, music and scripted comedy analysis from US dating champ, Doyle Mac Manus (Rob Riggle) and James Chetwyn-Talbot (Tom Price) with the series culminating in finding the UK's Greatest Dater.
This was a scripted comedy reality show as three men are given the chance to chat up three ladies in a speed-dating format with the ladies having the option to buzz and eject a date should they prove to be dull, stupid, misogynistic or over enthusiastic.
Until February 2016, the network broadcast on Freeview, digital cable, IPTV and Satellite television platforms, and was on-air from 7 pm to around 4 am each night to share terrestrial television bandwidth with CBBC.