What you're missing: Imagine you're a witch and your coven is awaiting delivery of a sacrificial goat, only instead of a goat it's a cocky young man, and instead of ritualistic chanting there is lightly saucy badinage.
You decide whether you fancy the man based on his skills - doing the funky worm, flexing his muscles, taking his shirt off - while he decides whether he fancies you based on your ability to keep upright on your skyscraper heels under the weight of hairspray and false eyelashes.
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.
(Yep, this is what the quest for true love has come to.) Then the games begin.
In the first round, a guy sits in a chair while each woman has about 30 seconds to do a quick chemistry test to see if she's into him.
“I’ve always been interested in the TV aspect of things,” he said. I’m the big bad football player on a network (with) a fan base that has no (idea) really what sports is. It’s like, I’m doing this for the right reasons, so I need that out of you guys if I’m going to (do this).” But some of these girls have to be train wrecks, right? “You’re definitely going to see the train wrecks.” You’re also going to see Kelce struggle with names – or just avoid saying them altogether.