While Ready To Love shows some growth this season, early on, as time goes on, all the old issues that have plagued this show rear their heads.
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Despite changing some aspects of the show, Ready To Love still struggles to end up with three couples and cast people who can handle what the show calls for.
In the first episode alone, “Love on the Spectrum” may do more to reinforce your idea of how special and beautiful love is than any romance movie you’ve ever seen.
The first season of “Legendary” has quite a few kinks to it, but there is a serious effort through the performances and backstories to compensate.
As “Pose” reintroduces ballroom to the mainstream, we meet the modern-day girls ready to make you gag as you possibly question why two people are their judges.
“Ready To Love” still has the issue where it seems more about people “Ready To Date” and that continues to complicate the show’s overall goal.
Taking a nod from social media, “The Circle” makes it so only a profile and chatbox allows you to influence your peers to win $100,000.
Rhythm + Flow, one of Hip-Hop’s first popularized music competitions, may have a few flaws but shows potential.
Love & Marriage: Huntsville adds onto OWN’s reality slate and is as addicting as Fix My Life and the recently ended Ready To Love.
Ready To Love, thanks to its elimination process, will only differ from other dating shows thanks to it having people…