A Milton resident is taking his search for love onto national television. Kyle Hall, 24, is a contestant on a new reality series on VH1 called Making Mr. Right.
The show, which airs Sunday’s at 9 p.m., premiered Sunday, January 6.
The series follows a show within a show format. Hall and the other 13 men on the show believe they signed up for a program called Match Me If You Can, where they expected to be set up by matchmaker April Beyer.
Three single women, posing as Beyer’s matchmaking colleagues, are actually grooming the unknowing men to be their “Mr. Right.”
To differentiate the men, they’re each assigned a title, which appears under their name during interviews, like Mr. Geek, Mr. Frat Boy and Mr. 1950s Values. In the first episode, Hall is introduced as Mr. Player. He calls himself a “serial dater” who’s looking to “settle down in the near future.”
To view the first episode and bonus footage or to learn more about Making Mr. Right, visit http://www.vh1.com/shows/making_mr_right/series.jhtml.
You can also hear from Kyle Hall talk about the program here. Hall appeared on Boston’s Kiss108 before the show premiered.