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Each girl has a light which they switch off if they are not interested.
They've previously been unlucky in love, but now using professional matchmakers and psychologists, as well as the their family, friends and exes, the contestants will be put through interviews, questionnaires and compatability tests to help them find true love.
As they get to know their housemates and budding relationships form, the hopefuls will learn that if the data doesn't match what their heart feels, they will have to start over in their quest for love.
In 2005, MTV debuted "Next" a dating show based on the premise that a person would go on a date and have the ability to end it, shouting the titular "Next", and then immediately go on another date. With Loops, you now have the ability to sort of recreate the best part of "Next" — the introductory segments.
Someone would pop off a bus, sum themselves up in a few words, and jump into a freaking date.