Blind Date is an Australian television game show which was originally based on the American series The Dating Game.
Blind Date first aired from 1967 to 1970 on the 0-10 Network (now known as Network Ten). Graham Webb hosted the series from its debut to the 28 November 1969 episode. Jeremy Cordeaux hosted the show in 1970.
A 1974 on the Seven Network was hosted by Scottish-born Bobby Hanna. A 1991 version hosted by Greg Evans was screened on Network Ten as a revived version of Perfect Match, which was also based on the same format.
A new series began on the 15th October, 2018 on Channel Ten, hosted by Julia Morris.
A young, single person would be sent on a blind date with one of three people from the opposite sex. The potential partners are hidden behind a barrier, and the individual contestant selects which of the group of three contestants will be accompany him or her by asking each of them three questions and making decisions based on the answers each gives. after making the decision; the "individual" contestant he or she did not select, then the meet their potential date for the first time.
- After the date, contestants are invited back on the show; where they discuss the experience. prior to coming back to the studio where both members are asked the same questions about the date. their answers are pre-recorded and revealed on air