But we’re not sure any of those reviews gets close to summing up just how bloody weird it is.
The BBC's announcement came as Channel 5 brought back Blind Date, with Paul O'Grady, and ITV2 unveiled a new dating series, Dress To Impress.
A word-of-mouth success, the show gradually became one of the Channel 4 network’s flagship hits; 69 episodes, including several celebrity specials, have aired since.
It’s also led to several marriage proposals, a baby and a hotel-based spinoff.
If you got through that without scratching your head, we applaud you.
The woman calling the shots on last night’s first episode designed a dream boyfriend who was ‘mixed race’ with ‘quirky, stylish dress sense’ (a snapback cap and red shoes. She later admitted, while being driven to meet her eight new boyfriends: ‘The thought of having eight dream guys in one house is terrifying.’ You’re telling us.