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(Four episodes have aired in the past two weeks, but a TLC spokeswoman said Monday that the show won’t return until the first quarter of 2016.) The latest episode, for instance, featured a 40-year-old woman named Lynette who owns more than 50 wigs and has names for each of them.From the collection of photos in her profile — a new wig in each one!The series, launching on October 2nd at 9/8c, is about identifying the mistakes people make online and then transforming their style and profiles.From oversexed photos to depressing status updates, these online dating profile disasters just aren't clicking.On “Swipe Right (Working Title),” Kelly and co-host Devyn Simone consider the new world of dating via apps like Tinder and not only look to make over their guests, but will also transform their social media profile. TLC also ventures into a couple “social experiment” shows.One in particular tests whether best friends make better spouses on “Marriage Pact (Working Title)” from “Top Chef” producers Magical Elves.
Another interesting element in the upfront slate has its roots in TLC’s focus on subcultures.
In each episode, Clinton, current co-host of The Chew, and Devyn, former cast member on Real World, unearth the rationale behind the photo and status update choices for each unlucky, online dater and then help them transform their look and online presence.
Clinton takes each woman for a style makeover that better represents her whole personality - whether it is a mom looking to dress more conservatively or an introvert looking to express herself better through a new wardrobe.
From online disaster to dating in style, these women leave with new-found confidence to conquer the online dating world.
If the fashion disaster of the early aughts was wearing horrible clothes in public, the problem of 2015 might be wearing those hideous clothes in your online-dating profile.