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In a collaboration with Lifetime, Sarah Jessica Parker has created a new unscripted dating show, Swipe Swap, where singles exchange locations in hopes to find love in new places!


This new dating social experiment show revolves around two singles relocating and having to adapt to each other's homes, lifestyles, and even friends and family. The description of Swipe Swap says:

"Two hopeful singles who trade places and adopt each other's lifestyles — from living in one another's homes and visiting each other's favorite local haunts, to connecting with one another's closest friends and family — all in the pursuit of romance in their new cities. There are plenty of eligible partners out there — what if these hopefuls have just been looking for their match in the wrong place?"

This is not Parker's first time executive producing a show, since she has previously helped produce the HBO show Divorce and co-owns a production company, Pretty Matches, with Alison Benson.

Many fans took notice that this show resembles the film The Holiday where the two female stars, Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet, switch locations on a winter vacation and end up finding love as they meet each other's friends and family.

We can't wait to find out more about the show and watch!

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