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Amazon announce a new dating show from the makers of The Circle

The as-yet-untitled eight-part reality show will be produced by Studio Lambert and launch exclusively on Prime Video in over 200 countries and territories.

This brand new dating series will see a cast of grade-A unlucky-in-love Brits try to find ‘the one’ by going back to High School for a second time. The participants won’t just be going ‘back to school’ but entering the nostalgic picture-perfect world of 80s, 90s and 00s American High School movies to complete a search for love.

There will be no swiping, ghosting or battling catfish. This quest for romance will be explored through a High School movie fantasy world where a diverse group of singletons, including individuals from across the LGBTQ+ spectrum, will be falling in and out of love with one another in unexpected ways.

From taking a seat at the cafeteria, to homecoming, to cheer try-outs, this series creates a perfect backdrop for finding friendship, flirting and falling in love, all building up to an epic season finale with one couple being crowned prom royalty.

Georgia Brown, Director of European Amazon Originals for Prime Video said “We are thrilled to be bringing this brand-new format to Prime Video. We can’t wait to see these singles immersed in an all-American High School experience, and cast them as the stars in their very own teen movie in the hope of them finding love!”

“The idea of finding love in the melting pot of an American High School is a pop cultural cornerstone,” said Tim Harcourt, Creative Director for

Studio Lambert's Creative Director, and executive producer for this new series, Tim Harcourt said "The idea of finding love in the melting pot of an American High School is a pop cultural cornerstone."

"Every romantic singleton would love a chance to relive a cinematic version of their school days knowing what they know now and more importantly who they are now. Maybe this time the Jock might fall for the Captain of the Chess Club and the Cheerleader might fall for the Maths Geek.”

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