The show begins with 7 singers who perform in front of an audience who then vote for their favorite artist.
Reality TV is all about drama and surprisingly, they don’t sugar coat anything here. Here are some of the most popular shows and shows with an interesting twist.
“If you are the one” is by far the most popular Chinese dating show. The women choose if they want to date the man through observing him and his talents through 3 videos.
He doesn’t fall into that category.” “You look like a noodle.
Sorry.” While this show isn’t aired anymore, it can still be found online.
The female presenter of the show, Ding Yu, specifically visited those convicted for violent murders hours before their execution.
The prisoners varied in age, gender, sexual orientation and motivation and the purpose of the show was to push reality right under the noses of the viewers and show them the consequences of such actions.
Finances, appearance and housework capabilities seem to be the most important factors for parents. Once the suitor has been chosen, they are presented to the parents child (though not a child anymore) and can begin dating as they are obviously the perfect match for each other. “I am a singer” is the Chinese adaptation of the Korean TV show.
Unlike other singing shows where anyone is free to audition, this show is specifically for veterend, famous singers.
The premise of the show remains unclear since it has apparently vanished from the internet but it can be assumed that it is an average (or, as average as it can be in China) dating show where women are presented with a selection of men and choose the most suitable candidate to date.
Now, on one particular episode, the 39 year old Liu Hao won one of the women over with his angelic voice. Have you heard of a crazy Chinese TV show that isn’t on this list? These shows are a great way of improving your Chinese.
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