In June 2016, the website was totally redesigned and rebranded.
as part of a promotional campaign about their recent rebrand and redesign.
The characters are great, the story lines are those perfectly constructed, cliché, feel good, plots that make the romantic comedies of today so endearing.
Not to mention the great chemistry that Claire and "Trevor" share.
(Keep in mind that this is unrelated with the short-lived 19 ABC drama series of the same name respectively.) The series takes a single woman (Lisa Shannon) along with her two friends (Laura Restum and Kimberly Tarter) as they try to scour across the country looking for suitable mates along with the help from the viewing audience.
You might have some online-dating deal breakers, like swiping left on anyone who mentions Nickelback or has a shirtless bathroom selfie as a profile photo.
But some of them are totally crazy — and show that you might be giving away more information than you think on your profile, even if you don't list your political affiliation anywhere.
Here are just a few tidbits: Ok Cupid found that 50 percent of its users won't date someone with opposing political views, a number that keeps going up since 2008.
The words that line up to politics — and what people want from sex — are fascinating.
(Most Ok Cupid users identified as liberal, so they analyzed the data by comparing the percentage of liberals who use a word to the percentage of conservatives who used the word.) Some are obvious, like liberals loving , NPR, and marijuana, while conservatives posting more about religion, guns, and the military.
It's unfortunate that it's not getting the ratings that ABC likes from their shows.