Taken Out

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Taken Out

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Taken Out is an Australian dating game show hosted by James Kerley, who is best known as a VJ on music television channel, Channel V. A single man or women is introduced to 30 contestants of the opposite sex, who are given information to help them decide if they are interested in dating the single. In the end, the last contestant standing wins a date with the bachelor or bachelorette. Filmed in Melbourne, the series has been likened to an updated version of Perfect Match, albeit without Dexter the robot.
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  • Taken out is an Australian TV show about women 30 women who judge men and then the ones who stay goes down to the man who chooses who he wants to take on a date.moreless

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    When I first heard of Taken out I thought it would be an abysmal tv show that's unoriginal and incredibly boring. But When I first tuned in to watch it I was pretty entertained at how mean and how just different the show was. It is really bad, but a nice little guilty pleasure that you can watch. But then when the 30 women ended they put on 30 men and 1 women and the show just became terrible from their. No wonder it got canceled! Haha. But if you like to see what peopel will do just to get a date and to go on tv you'll be entertained.moreless
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