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If you're a romantic at heart in search of your soulmate, Peacock's NEW dating show Pride and Prejudice: An experiment in Romance might be your best bet. Wouldn't it be great to have a Tri-Cities bachelor or bachelorette featured?

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According to a release:

Pride and Prejudice: An Experiment in Romance is a brand-new reality dating show from Endemol Shine North America, the production company behind MasterChef and LEGO Masters, inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice that takes the dating world back in time to Regency-era England where a group of noble suitors will attempt to win over the love of one beautiful woman in a fairytale-like journey filled with romantic chariot rides, balls, and 19th-century romance.

The TV show is looking for an extraordinary bachelorette as well as interested gentlemen to win her love. If you're in search of your perfect soulmate, this could be YOUR opportunity to find it!

A national casting call for nominations begins, searching far and wide for an extraordinary and worthy eligible bachelorette for the first-ever fully immersive epic romance fantasy and dating quest.
We seek our beautiful leading lady with intelligence, heart, hope, a sense of adventure, and a romantic sensibility, to pursue love in a whimsical, international location.

Ladies, could this be you? Are you tired of the same old Tri-Cities dating scene? Why not see what COULD be for you? It's definitely an adventure worth going after! And, guys, the same goes for you.

The new series is NOW casting! The deadline to apply is July 16th.Let's get Tri-Cities represented on the show!

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