At the taping, they would each discuss their dates with the one they were set up with; the female half of the couple would talk about her date first, followed by the male half.
This, she said, will also solve the problem of finding young daters in Los Angeles.The TV date-game genre became so crowded in Hollywood that the producers of "Change Of Heart" shifted production to New York in part because "the pool" of suitable TV daters in Los Angeles is running too low. Domestic Television, was "the only game in town," there never was a problem signing up participants for the show, according to executive producer Scott St. He and his producers could go to clubs singles joints to pick out prospective "change of hearters" without fear of competition. John explained at the opening day of the Television Critics Assn.press tour in Pasadena on Monday, "You start off as the only game in town and going to these venues, then you see four or five competing shows turning up at the same events." Of course, that was not the only reason for moving the show from Los Angeles to the Big Apple, he said, but it certainly played a big part.TMZ dug up an old episode of the popular dating show "Change of Heart" from 2000, where the platinum selling rapper, unknown at the time, takes one of the worst beatings of his life from a former lover ... The Game, then 21 years old, claims he called up the show to test the strength of his love for then-girlfriend Sadita. First, Sadita exposes The Game's secret emotional side to the world claiming "All he do is smother me or cry like a baby.That's all he does." Then, she put his appearance on blast, claiming that she can't stand looking at his ugly nose. Next target was The Game's ride -- or rather, lack thereof.Joining the ratings-buoyant "Change of Heart" and competitor "Blind Date" from Universal this season will be Telepictures' "Elimi Date," Universal's "The Fifth Wheel" and Tribune's "Talk or Walk," among others.The producers and hosts of the plethora of relationship strips being presented at TCA all echoed the common theme that their shows will be different and will stand out from the others this season.The show is being produced in various cities to give it a broad appeal, according to Duda.The producers have already shot in Dallas, where every prospective female participant's "ideal date was a 6-foot-4 Texan guy with blue eyes," Duda said. Now, in conclusion, I hope that you catch it one day before it goes off the air for good. I hope some network brings it back so every fan of the show can see it again. Before I wrap this up, I'd like to say that if this show is ever brought back on the air I'll always remember it in my memory forever once it stops airing for good, even though I haven't seen every episode.