Question: Is the Undateables real?

The Undateables is a British reality television series that follows a range of people on dates who have long term conditions, including: disabilities, developmental disorders, and learning difficulties. The series worked in conjunction with the dating agency, Flame Introductions, and is broadcast on Channel 4.

Do you get paid to go on Undateables?

Youre not paid

Where does Richard from Undateables live?

But Richards elation is quickly extinguished when he discovered that his date Laura, lives in South London, around 10-15 miles away. “15 miles, its a long way really” he says, “If she loves Christmas thats going to be the end of it.”

How old is Richard from the Undateables?

UNDATEABLES viewers have hailed singleton Richard a “bloody legend” after he recycled last years Christmas tree. The 45-year-old, who has autism, returned for a festive special of the Channel 4 dating show for people with disabilities tonight.

Is The Undateables exploitative?

The Undateables faced significant backlash from doctors who branded the show offensive and exploitative. Dr. Rachael Pickering said that the series had left her disturbed at being part of a society that might seek to view disabled people as a source of comedy.

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