So, is this a dating show that gives the power back to women?Not by a long shot — and either Fox thinks we're dumb and wouldn't notice, or producers really believed that giving women one measly decision in round one was actually going to tip the power scales back into balance.FOX tends to revel in the train-wreck aspects of its romance shows — see "Married by America," the aforementioned "Littlest Groom" and "Mr. And despite having the likes of "American Idol" and "So You Think You Can Dance" as the face of its reality brand now, a dark heart still beats there occasionally, as evidenced by the execrable "Moment of Truth." Maybe Fleiss and Darnell will be true to what they're saying and "More to Love" (which will premiere later this year) will be no more exploitative than any other dating show.get to make the first decision about whom they'd like to spend more time with.But after a day in the sun, he chooses Lindsey to move forward with.(For the record, I thought he was going to go with Brittany.
The women are dealt one good hand — but the men still hold all the cards.
But it's not enough to just let women take the lead in the chemistry round, as though that's some kind of concession.
may have mixed things up a bit compared to other dating shows.
feel very lifelike as contestants are encouraged to text each other as they would off camera."What it becomes as you watch the series is the glue between the women who are still at the bungalows, who are waiting for more men.
And, they're communicating with their girlfriends who are over at the villas, who are going through various stages of dating," he said.