You just remember Star Wars and The A Team and Bullseye on a Sunday.And you definitely remember Blind Date, the latest reboot to make the weekend TV listings feel like something you pulled from under the floorboards of an old house.The response that I have got on twitter and facebook and stuff is that they absolutely love the Irish accent and they all seem to love the red hair aswell. He mocks my accent a small bit but all the girls think of him as their big brother.
We’ve seen it happen with movies, and last summer, the New York Times ran a feature called ‘TV’s Big Bet on Nostalgia’, predicting that, in the shifting sands of the current television landscape, networks would try to find their footing by betting big on our love for nostalgia; dragging audiences back from their streaming services with reboots of old favourites.
After videos reveal details of his personality, the man gets to show off a talent before having his pick of those girls who have their lights still she is very encouraging to any Irish people, either boys or girls as they are looking for both, considering applying: “To anyone thinking of signing up, I would say definitely do.
If you’re looking for a laugh, definitely sign up for the show.
The good old days, we’ve decided, were unequivocally great, and that’s why we’ve made them our escape from today, which is unequivocally not.