17 Early ‘00s Reality Shows We Almost Forgot About

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Like so many dating shows in the early days of reality TV, Next was high risk, low reward. Contestants, who would be ‘nexted’ off of their date at any time, only earned one dollar for every minute they were on the date. In exchange, they risked being brutally rejected on national television. Next is worth watching for the ridiculous bullet point bios that every contestant had. It’s also worth watching in order to reminisce about a world before Tinder and Bumble when such high-speed dating seemed like the height of reality TV ridiculousness.

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