Looking for Love hits TV screens
Single Nigerians, who desire to build companionship or are in dire need of an opportunity to meet their soulmates and better halves, can now link up on Looking For Love Naija.
The show, which is the first of its kind, highly packed, reality TV show filled with suspense, romance, comedy, and lots of drama is now showing on AfricaMagic Urban Channel 153 on DSTV at 9:30pm.
Looking for Love Naija is an Afro reality-TV show produced by BusuMelo Media.
Each episode features two total strangers (a male and female) called Love Hopefuls who go on a series of dates to test their compatibility for a chance at finding real love.
The episode runs for 30 minutes allowing viewers enjoy the very genuine struggles of real people trying to make truthful and engaging connections in the buzzing city of Lagos.
Looking for Love Naija episodes culminate with each love hopeful deciding at the end of the four dates to either continue dating their match or look for love elsewhere – making for a dramatic standoff between the participants.
This decision-making part of the show with its mouthwatering and gripping suspense will keep viewers at the edge of their seats as the hopefuls seek to find true love.
On every episode of the show, the love hopefuls will share truthful and unbiased thoughts about their possible love match, including very personal issues, desires and love tales in the quest to build a true relationship.
While speaking on the idea behind the show, the show creator Guy Futi, noted that the show is a true reflection of what single people must endure for a chance at finding real love, adding, “Over the years, we have seen all sorts of ideals and tales about finding true love in Nigeria. With Looking for Love Naija show, we are capturing that experience and showcasing so we can all learn while being entertained.
“The idea is to chronicle the challenges of real people looking for love connection and, of course, we create a setting to get to know each other quickly. Love hopefuls enjoy a mix of interpersonal activities from yoga dates and salsa lessons to deep inter personal questions. They even get a chance to snoop through each other’s phone, too. While this can be very daunting for those involved, the show promises to be lots of fun, romance, and drama.”
To all single Nigerians looking to find love, fun and engagement, the show is to learn how to best shoot your cupid arrow.