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Genre Game show
Presented by Mark DeCarlo
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 580
Executive producer(s) Howard Schultz
Producer(s) Laura Gelles
Running time 30 mins.
Original channel Syndication
Original run March 11, 1991 – September 3, 1993

Studs is an American television game show which was produced by Fox Television Studios. Hosted by Mark DeCarlo, it ran in syndication from March 11, 1991 to September 3, 1993.



Studs follows a somewhat similar format to that of The Dating Game and Love Connection. Two men go on dates with three women; afterward, the men would have to match answers with the women regarding the date. Each correct answer would win the man a stuffed heart. At the end of each episode, each woman would decide which man they chose as a "stud" and wanted to go out with again. If the men could correctly guess which woman chose them, both received an all-expense paid date to a location of their choice. In the event that two couples chose correctly, the man with the most stuffed hearts won the date.

Although the show earned high ratings among young viewers and was fairly popular during its run, it was canceled to make room for the short-lived The Chevy Chase Show.[1]

Notable contestants

Ronald Goldman appeared as a contestant in 1991, two years before his infamous murder (along with Nicole Brown Simpson) in 1994 for which O.J. Simpson was found civilly liable, but not criminally guilty.[2]

Chris Hardwick was also a contestant on Studs in 1992. His appearance led to him landing a job as the host of MTV's similarly themed Singled Out.


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