Geek dating show
Perhaps the network realized they had bitten the hand they were trying to draw out—and that without the the geek community’s support the show would be a much harder won success. And this is stupendously ironic when you consider the fact that reality television exists for the sole purpose of making every kind of person look insane, out of touch, and ultimately laughable.From rich housewives to country bumpkins to suburbanites with packing crates full of kids, no one is saved from torment. The premise of allows the show a plethora of colorful characters due to its basic premise—we’re following individuals who signed up for New York Comic Con’s speed dating event last year.So how do you engage the geek community with a reality show about themselves without alienating them? Speed dating alone is fodder enough for comedy, but now we’re getting it with the buzz of a con atmosphere and plenty of costumed heroes to grab quotes from.Far from a humdrum, dimly lit cocktail club, this setting provides us all of the action with a healthy dose of fun.Granted, this is just a two-minute preview, the rest of the show may show a wide range of geeks but I’m guessing they chose to focus on the ones people would gawk at rather than take actual interest in.“Putting geeks and romance together has been tackled before,” writes Entertainment Weekly, “But unlike former CW series the new show pairs pop-culture loving socially awkward singles with each other via Ryan Giltch, founder of a service called Sci-Fi Speed Dating.” Confession: I’ve attended one of Giltch’s speed dating events.So, whether you're looking for friends, romance, love or marriage, Gk2gk will help match you up.Our scientific matching system will comparing your profile with millions of other geeks and get you a date with someone who gets you! Traditional dating sites don't get it, but on Gk2Gk we help you make sense of the dating world, and simplify your love search. Our community of geeks, nerds, and assorted dorks, is weirder than your local comic book hangout.
He has contributed to Vanity Fair, Playbill, Details, Out Magazine, Time Out New York, and has appeared on Biography Channel, East Village Radio and in Wallpaper magazine.Each person that the show has focused on so far has their share of awkward attributes—which is honestly true of most people on the dating scene.Start your promotional video for a new documentary show about geeks with a grown man doing a Wookie impression and it’s safe to say you’ve already played your cards.Whether you're into Star Wars, Star Trek, Anime, or Cosplay, you'll be sure to find hot singles who share the same passions and interests as you.Thousands of singles have thanked us for helping them find that special someone.