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For Iliza, the show is ultimately an opportunity to entertain everyone.“You might learn what not to do, but the most important thing is you’ll laugh — and I’m here to usher you through it!

TBS has ordered 14 one-hour episodes, with plans to launch the show in late 2015.

The series, announced in May during Turner’s upfront presentation in New York, is being produced by 5×5 Media and Electus.

is executive-produced by 5×5 Media’s Craig Armstrong, Rick Ringbakk and Charles Wachter, and Electus’ Chris Grants.

Electus International, the global distribution arm of Electus, will handle international distribution.

“They were giving me creative license to just be funny.

As a standup comic, we are used to being able to say whatever we want to say, and here I get to make the jokes I want to make.

I know this may sound trite — but just be yourself. Nice guys do finish last sometimes, but you will be surprised how far just being nice and sweet will get you.” Iliza has a few choice words for the women out there as well, who aren’t afraid to reveal their gold-digging side. It’s unattractive.” The biggest surprise in taping the show (besides how crazy some contestants act when they get excused) is that there are a lot of genuinely nice people not just looking to be on TV but also hoping to find someone great.

“I always thought most young people were shallow –and I’m proven wrong a couple times a week. We get people from all walks of life, and people who tell me, ‘I am looking for love and this show looks like a lot of fun.’ “ Real love connections have been made on the show, but for those who don’t, every contestant gets a free membership with the online dating site Jazzed.

If anyone can find the funny in the dating arena, it’s comedian Iliza Shlesinger. ) “Last Comic Standing” champ is at the helm of a brand new dating show where she witnesses brave singles trying to win over the opposite sex and not get “Excused” in the process.

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