Bravo dating show

In case you missed it, Isle of Palms City Council members last week denied Bravo the rights to film “Relation Shep” on the island, where the star of the show, Hilton Head Island native Shep Rose, lives.Rose currently stars in the hit Bravo reality show “Southern Charm” and recently announced he would have his own show “Relation Shep,” in which he’ll travel the country looking for his one true love.

The 10-episode season follows 11 former couples who agree to spend one night alone in an apartment together -- no producers, only cameras rigged to catch their every move.

But there's a catch: Episodes are shot the same week they air, which will give viewers a say in how the series unfolds and an opportunity to end up on TV themselves.

Bravo has rolled out an online hub forwhere the audience can interact with the series throughout the week.

“It was perfect — he had it all going on,” one woman tells Cohen about her arranged date. Another gets dinged for claiming she gave her date “a little peck” when the video evidence shows her perhaps trying to examine scar tissue from his tonsillectomy.

If there has ever been any debate on whether Isle of Palms is more “with the times” than Hilton Head Island, “Southern Charm” star Shep Rose just settled it.