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Boston may consistently rank online as a top city for singles, but judging by the amount of Boston-centric speed dating, matchmaking and online dating sites, while it may be a great city for singles, it's tough to find love in the Hub. But, with a new dating game show for singles on the horizon, finding love may be as easy as Pedroia turning the double play.
On Wednesday, December 12th, Jen Royle, Major League Baseball Reporter, and Krazy Kulo, from Jam'n 94.5's Morning Show "Ramiro and Pebbles" will host an open casting for the upcoming dating television game show, at Red Hat in Boston (9 Bowdoin Street) from 7 to 9 pm. Men and women ages 18-99 are invited to meet Royle and Kulo and sign up to appear on
Hosted by Melysha Acharya, former "D.A.-ting expert” on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s popular “The D.A. Show" and author of The Breakup Workbook, (pronounced Meet Your Match dot TV) is a new dating game show serving the New England Area. The show’s format is similar to that of the hit 70’s show “The Dating Game”, but with a slight twist, as there are 2 Suitors and 3 Suitorettes (or vice-versa), and a challenge to determine who gets the date!
"Meeting people in Boston can be difficult,” says Acharya, “and as a single person, I know this first hand. So I've created a new way to meet someone that's not intrusive, free, and most importantly, easy because there are no auditions!"  A professional matchmaker will group likely matches to appear on each episode. States Acharya, "Really, the only reason we have casting calls is to verify the identify of our future contestants - plus I love any excuse to have a party."

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