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Looking For More Love? Why You Should Watch Peacock’s 'Love For The Ages'
Looking for more dating shows to watch? "Love For the Ages" is a must-see since it explores how far married couples will go to keep their unions intact.
If you are looking for more love on your television or streaming device now that you've caught up on everything from "Temptation Island" to "Love Is Blind," then you should tune in to Peacock’s “Love For the Ages.”
The series “Love For The Ages” follows a similar format to the USA Network original “Temptation Island” by taking Latino married couples at a crossroads in their relationship and separating them in paradise. We already know tropical locales and steamy romance can be a recipe for disaster or passion.
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Once there, the married people live alongside sexy singles who are all looking for a relationship of their own. But unlike many of its counterparts, this show features married couples in their 30s and 40s with singles who are all in their 20s, creating a significant age gap between many of the contestants.
With all that drama brewing, why would you want to miss a single second?
What Makes "Love For The Ages" So Special?
Something else that separates "Love For The Ages" from other dating reality shows? It’s one of the few bilingual television programs available, especially in the reality television realm.
"Love For The Ages" is a collaboration between Peacock and Telemundo, featuring three Latino couples and a Latina woman, Adrienne Bailon-Houghton, as the show's host. As such, the cast of the show regularly switches from Spanish to English while conversing with one another, flirting, and describing their relationships. Subtitles in both languages are available.
The other bright spot is host Adrienne Bailon-Houghton. Music fans recognize her as a member of the girl group 3LW alongside Kiely Williams and Naturi Naughton. According to "Oprah Magazine," Bailon-Houghton became the first Latina to host a daytime talk show in the United States when she became a co-host on the now-canceled show “The Real.”
Who's On The Show?
The couples on the first season are Silvia and Sebastian — they have different priorities. Maria and Michael have been together since they were teenagers, but Maria wants to be adventurous while Michael is fine being a homebody. Richard and Mairoxi are struggling to get past infidelity and his party boy phase.
Will they stay together or will they give into the temptation of separating?
Watch shows like “Love For The Ages” and “Temptation Island" on Peacock now.