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When it's this hot out, all you want to do is turn the AC up and go lie on the couch. Fortunately, Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Go, and Hulu are at your disposal withto last you for eternity. But when something new and buzzy arrives, like or we can't help but dive in fully—because who doesn't like shiny new things? And the latest and greatest on the streaming market is Netflix's Indian Matchmaking, which premieres July 16.
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Here's the premise: Done with the horrifying downsides ofand blind dates, young adults in the U.S. and India seek professional advice to help them find a partner. They enlist the services of Sima Taparia, a matchmaker who specializes in arranged marriages. Sounds intriguing, right? Here's everything to know about your new favorite dating series.
What's the format of Indian Matchmaking?
Over eight episodes, famous Indian matchmaker Sima Taparia guides her millennial clients on their path to finding "the one." Throughout the season, we'll meet clients from Houston, Chicago,, Mumbai and more.
Most of these clients are tired of the digital dating scene we know and loathe, and just want to get down to business. After learning their interests, ambitions, and yes, their, Taparia sets out to find a perfect match however she sees fit—sometimes having to travel across the country to find the other half. It's a dating documentary like no other, because, for once, we don't have to watch hot people parade around "looking for love"—we actually get to witness people looking for the real thing while we learn about the culture and practices of arranged marriage. So, like, , but make it educational and meaningful.
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Is the trailer out yet?
Yes, don't sweat! In the video, Netflix gives us a teaser about what's to come, offering us glimpses of the process that Taparia goes through with her clients. The trailer also reveals just how involved the parents are in the process, and shows some tough love from family members.
In one part of the trailer, one impatient mother says: "If he doesn't finalize, me and my husband are going to finalize the girl for him." Ah, family!
What's the cast like?
Here's what we know about some of the singles featured on the show: There's Aparna Shewakramani from Houston, Texas, who's the co-founder ofa travel website specializing in curated vacations for female travelers.
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It makes a lot of sense, actually.As it turns out, your natural instincts were right: the episode's main figure is always wearing the same outfit. But it's not literally, the same outfit, but rather five different versions of that same outfit. According to Bustle, the leads of each episode are given five different versions of the same outfit—this allowed for the show to be filmed on separate days, but for the episode to be cut together in a way that makes the entire experience feel streamlined and instantaneous.
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Next, we have Nadia Jagasar from New Jersey, an event planner. Those are the only two cast members who have announced their involvement on the show thus far, but feel free to check back later after we snoop around for more info.
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dating trend for singles: virtual pre-dating is so popular .
© iStock, Tatiana Zabrodina pre-dating iStock, Tatiana Zabrodina The Corona regulations are a real challenge for singles: clubs have closed and the mouthguard makes spontaneous flirting in line at the supermarket checkout at a distance of 1.5 meters more difficult than ever. It has never felt so challenging to meet new people - and especially fall in love with . But you can also use the time at home by getting to know other singles extensively digitally before you meet in person.