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Toronto Just Got Its Very Own Dating Series & You Can Apply For Season 2

Calling all bachelors and bachelorettes! 💋
Toronto's 'Love After Lockdown' Is A New Dating Series & You Can Apply To Be In It

Calling all eligible bachelors and bachelorettes! You could find love on the big screen by applying to be on this local reality show.

Toronto's Love After Lockdown is a new dating series that follows three single individuals on their journey to find love. 

Each blind dater is matched with people outside of their usual choices. At the end of the series, the blind dater chooses one individual to continue dating.

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Season one will be released on the Love After Lockdown Series YouTube channel on Thursday, November 12.

The quest for love is not over, because the show is searching for season two candidates.

If you're between the ages of 19 and 35, and are comfortable being on camera in the GTA, you can send in an application online.

The deadline to apply is November 30, 2020.

The production follows all COVID regulations to ensure the safety of the cast and crew.

Love After Lockdown

Love After Lockdown

Why You Need To Watch It: Follow three singles around the GTA on their journey to find love during a pandemic.

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