two debuts this weekend: Bachelorettes in Alaska and people in the Hamptons.

two debuts this weekend: Bachelorettes in Alaska and people in the Hamptons.
Two quasi-reality TV shows debut this weekend. ABC is debuting The Hamptons, which the network is calling its “first reality miniseries.” The documentary, er, reality miniseries, follows the groups of people who lived in or visited the Hamptons “as they all clash and come together over the long hot summer.” two-part show airs Sunday and Monday at 9 p.m. ET. Over on FOX, the network is debuting Looking for Love: Bachelorettes in Alaska. The six-part series follows five women “who want to get married [as they] travel to Alaska in the search for Mr. Right.” Every week they’ll visit Proposal Point to decide if they want to keep their Man on Ice or replace him with a new man. Seriously. The show also debuts Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.

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