September 10, 2018 by Michael B. Jackson Jr.
In 2001, Blind Date became a hit when it premiered on HBO and went on to become a cult hit in the U.S. The show’s title refers to the fact that the contestants were blind, and they had to perform their blind dates at their homes.
During the show’s run, the contestants would compete in blind date nights across the country.
This meant they would compete against each other and others from across the globe.
While blind date season may have seemed like a fun way to celebrate the holiday season, it didn’t exactly endear the contestants to the audience.
The show began airing in 2003, and was soon joined by the Blind Date Anthology, which featured new episodes.
However, as the popularity of the show started to fade, the Blind Dates franchise came to an end.
The Blind Dates show never returned to television, and the original series has never been released on DVD.
While the Blind dates show has been a hit, the reality show has only garnered a fraction of the popularity that Blind Date did.
In fact, it only managed to draw a few thousand viewers a week.
However for many viewers, the show became a bit of a cult classic and they never forgot it.
In 2007, Blind Dates star and actor Jason Mewes came out as bisexual and came out to his wife.
In 2010, Jason Mewers first movie appearance was in the movie Blind Date, which came out in 2010.
In 2013, he came out again as bisexual, and this time he came to his daughter’s wedding.
Jason was asked to appear in a special edition of the movie, and he made a cameo appearance as the character Blind Date.
Blind Date was also featured on the television show Survivor, and Jason Mewets son has appeared in several episodes of Survivor.
In 2016, Jason was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series.
In 2017, Jason also received a Primefie Award for his performance in the film Blind Date and also in the documentary Blind Date: The Complete Anthology.
The first Blind Date movie came out on DVD in 2017.
In 2018, Jason began promoting the Blind Dating documentary Blind Dates: The Story Behind The Show, which he and his wife filmed together in 2014.
The documentary has been released in the US, Canada, and other countries.