And one girl is surprised to find herself on a double blind date when both the brothers turn up to get to know her.
After learning about each other, the individuals choose one of the three that they’d like to see in the light.
Will their opinion change once they can see the appearance of the other person, or is love truly blind?
The media could not get enough of the radical twist on the traditional dating show, and the prestigious Royal Television Society crowned the series Best Multi-Channel Programme 2009.
Now the innovative show is back for another season of must-watch TV.
The singles meet up every day in the darkroom — first as a group, then one on one. And of course, all of their experiences are discussed in detail in each side of the house, with rivalries flaring up when two people set their sights on the same person.
After several days of meeting others in the darkroom, the participants select the one member of the opposite sex that they want to see revealed in the light.
pm Tuesday, August 3 on LIVING When groundbreaking series Dating in the Dark premiered on LIVING, it was not just viewers who could not stop talking about the audacious televised experiment in the nature of attraction.
Three single women share one half of a specially designed house, while three bachelors share the other half – with the men and women only meeting each other in the pitch-black ‘Dating Room’. This week’s dating comes with an extra twist when twin musicians Mikey and Rob (pictured) take up residence in the lads’ apartment and leave the ladies in the dark about being related.
Will she cause another stir when she enters the dating room this week?