Bravo dives back into the dating pool with its reboot of "Blind Date," which first debuted in 1999 and ran for 10 seasons. In an age of social media and dating apps, singles go on blind dates hoping to form real and lasting connections. Each 30-minute episode features two couples who go on dates with cameras following their every move. With dates ranging from enjoyable to cringeworthy, host Nikki Glaser guides viewers through the encounters with hilarious commentary. Bravo gives a nod to the original format but includes a modern-day twist to match social media trends. Graphics, animations and thought bubbles appear onscreen to ensure that nothing goes unsaid between daters who demonstrate that it's sometimes better to go in blind.