The show's format is based on a Dutch Dating show called Daten In het Donker (meaning "Dating In the Dark"). Australian channel 5 EXTRA started airing the show on 14 September 2009 from 8.30pm. The 3 men and women are sequestered in separate wings of the house, unable to have any conversation or contact with the opposite sex unless in the dark room.
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Dating in the Dark is originally a Dutch reality show which has since been remade for American, Australian and British audiences.
Three single men and three single women move into a light-tight house getting to know each other and form bonds in total darkness.
After this date, each person can go on one-on-one dates with person(s) they want to know more about. They do this by "messaging" the other person via a computer.
Throughout the show, the host provides both the men and women additional insight into the other contestants by providing personality profiles showing which contestants are a "best match", and also allowing them to view items the others have brought to the house.
Toward the end of the show, each person can pick one other that they would like to see in the light.
In this unique reality show, three men and three women are picked to live in a house shrouded in total darkness and tasked with undergoing various dating activities.
Cameras catch all the action using night-vision technology.
These pictures were then exchanged between the wings of the house so that each person could see what the other person thought they looked like.
In Episode 2, the men had to prepare a meal for the woman they were meeting based on their perceptions on what they liked to eat, while each woman had to give their date a massage.
So far, this has consisted of being allowed to see a shirt/top from each of the other contestants, and in a separate episode being able to go through the other's luggage.
In Episodes 1 and 4, a sketch artist was also brought in to create sketches of each contestant based only on the perceptions and descriptions provided by the opposite sex.