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Where Does The New Peacock Dating Series 'Love For The Ages' Take Place?

On "Love For The Ages," three middle-aged couples put their relationship to the test by flirting with younger sexy singles.

By Becca van Sambeck

How do you know you really want to be with someone for the rest of your life? 

Well, as we've seen on reality TV, there are some unconventional ways of testing your relationship (see: "Temptation Island," where couples live apart with sexy singles to see if they'll be, uh, tempted to leave their partners). But Peacock's newest dating reality show really ups the ante. On "Love For The Ages," hosted by Adrienne Bailon-Houghton, three married middle-aged Latino couples are seeing where their relationships really stand by separating for a month to date a sexy group of younger singles. 

It's an unconventional experiment, for sure, but as it progresses, they'll learn whether the spark can be reignited in their marriage, or if it's time to move on with someone else.

Like most shows of this type, while they commit to flirting with new people, the couples live apart for a month in two different gorgeous homes separated by gender. That way, they can better mingle with the hot young singles brought in to build connections with them, as well as connect with the other married men or women who are attempting this experiment with them. Both residences are absolutely gorgeous, with an indoor-outdoor setup, plenty of rooms, stocked gyms, a beautiful pool (perfect for sexy banter), and a stunning kitchen. It's hard to pick which home is actually better, the wives' house or the husbands' house.

They're also close to all kinds of unique date opportunities like go-karting and meditation sessions. So where does it all take place?

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Well, "Love For The Ages" was filmed in Los Angeles, California. Makes sense with all the sunshine and the palm trees, right? 

You can watch the first half of "Love For The Ages" on Peacock now. The final four episodes will drop Thursday, Dec. 22.

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