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There’s no denying it: technology has changed the rules of the game. DTR is a show about everything from opening lines to the pics you post to dating someone out of your league. Each episode explores the good and bad, the hilarious and awkward, the wonderful and bizarre aspects of defining relationships in today’s world. Join host Jane Marie, who’s worked with and written for This American Life, Jezebel, The Hairpin, Cosmopolitan and more, as she deep dives into what it’s like to meet new people in an Internet-obsessed world. Spark a new conversation with DTR—a branded podcast from Tinder, produced in partnership with Gimlet Creative.

Customer Reviews

Much ado about nothing

The first episode about greetings in online dating is repetitive and trite. 25 minutes where they meander into inane or the obvious. Consider this statement "Hey is a necessary evil", you know what I am saying.

Good idea, poor execution.

This sounded like a fun and interesting premise, but the first episode was a boring let down. The material was obvious, redundant, outdated, and bland. And next week... a conversation about dick pics. Wow, so uncreative. Don't waste your time.

Entertaining and reality-based

I have listened to all three episodes of this podcast so far and I really like it. I wasn't sure how Gimlet was going to pull off a sponsored podcast, but they do it really well. I am happily married and in love - met my spouse on eHarmony almost 6 years ago, before Tinder. I find this podcast fascinating because I have single girlfriends who go through the same scenarios that are discussed and it's interesting to hear these scenarios dissected. This podcast reminds me a lot of Aziz Ansari's book - give both a try and be entertained by how people are finding (or not finding) their mates these days!

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