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From 'Temptation Island' To 'The Courtship,' These Are The Best Dating Shows On Peacock

See real people fall in love on these reality shows that are currently streaming on Peacock.

By Tyler McCarthy
A Temptation Island couple on a picnic date

Almost every movie and TV show has some element of two people falling in love, but where do people go if they want to see real people falling for each other? Peacock, of course. 

How to Watch

Watch Temptation Island on the USA app and Peacock.

There’s a handful of great reality dating shows that are designed to help people find love or ditch the wrong person they’re already with that are currently on the streaming service. If you’re a fan of the human drama that goes into dating, heartbreak, and steamy encounters, you can head on over to Peacock right now and check out all the high-stakes coupling that happens in these series:

"Temptation Island"

Temptation Island season 4 cast

The USA Network original series is on its way back for a fifth season, but there are currently four streaming on Peacock, each one just as wild as the last. 

Four couples are taken to a beautiful island and separated into two different villas. The women live with a collection of male singles and the men live with a group of ladies hoping to tempt them away from their respective partners. At the end of each season, the couples reunite and decide if they want to leave together, single, or with someone new they met along the way. 

"Love Island"

Two Love Island couples standing with each other

The British sensation made its way to the United States and is now a Peacock original series that sees hot singles come together and pair off based on their mutual attraction to one another. Throughout the season they’re given the chance to unpair and get together with other singles who are brought in. 

Ultimately, the viewing public gets a chance to vote for their favorite couples to make it all the way to the end where a $100,000 cash prize is at stake. However, if anyone finds themselves without a significant other at any point, they run the risk of being kicked off the island. It’s the ultimate test to see whether people are in it for love or in it for the cold hard cash. 

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"The Courtship"

The Courtship's Nicole Remy sitting in front of a camp fire with a suitor

The Courtship” follows Nicole Rémy on a very unique journey to find love. The modern woman is joined by a group of male suitors who all agree to live with her in Regency-era clothing and attire. Not only that, but they court her in the style of the bygone time as well, including working closely with her family who is advising her on the big decision from a manor in the English countryside. 

It’s a wildly different spin on the whole dating show experience that can only be found in one place. 

"Ex-Rated With Andy Cohen"

Ex Rated

Watch What Happens Live” host Andy Cohen is joined by sexologist Shan Boodram in a talk show that sees them take on couples’ greatest relationship issues. The interesting spin on this is that the advice comes after the couples endure a gauntlet of harsh criticism from their ex-partners that touch upon a number of different categories about their relationship and bedroom shortcomings. 

You can catch all of these and more USA Network originals on Peacock right now.