I’ve been following Logan Ury’s work this year which is how I tuned into This is Dating. While I have some complaints, overall, I have enjoyed this podcast. The episodes are short, I love eavesdropping on the dates, the daters are diverse, the hosts are cute and I really like Logan’s insight (though it’s more limited than I expected). Starting a new podcast isn’t easy and I appreciate how professional this sounds while also taking a different set up than a lot of podcasts that are out there right now. If I had one actionable critique - I’d love to listen to one dates story at a time instead of bouncing around. Once I’m invested, I’m curious to learn more of *that* person’s journey. I haven’t been a huge fan of the episodes that veer away from the daters. I do not do the paid subscription. Either way, I find I relate to the dating scenes portrayed which makes me sad as a dater but happy to know I’m not alone in my experiences.
Just say something is missing and leave it alone.. nobody is hurt this way and you move on.
The hosts of the show are incredibly insightful into the joys and pitfalls of dating in todays uncertain landscape. Their curated date selections and matchups are eerily good and they bring the perfect balance of professionalism and personality to the show. I can see why it would be hard to keep a steady flow of content because of their ambitious agenda but I really want more! I signed up for the additional access to content but still don’t feel there’s enough to feel completely satisfied.
Love this show, but I’m frustrated with the slow roll out. I’m just not gonna buy my podcasts. I listen to too many! But it’s Very well done. Relatable people & ideas.
I wish that instead of making entire episodes available only to subscribers, producers would use ads and a lack thereof to sell subscriptions (like the Savage Lovecast does, for example). I got invested in the lives of these daters and I am bummed that I would need to pay up to continue with them on their journeys. That said, this is a five star podcast. Absolutely loved what I was able to access.
I love hearing the feedback and advice. It’s also really fun to hear follow up dates and you get a like invested in the people going on dates! The hosts are thoughtful and with you problem solve so that the person has a better chance at finding a compatible match. Loved the episode on attachment styles too.
I wish there were more episodes but that’s only because the quality and content is amazing. Experts on the show are foremost in their field. It’s 100% worth investing time and subscription.
If you have issues with how the show is formatted on Apple podcasts, I recommend Spotify. That’s how I listen to this podcast and I haven’t run into any of the issues other people have addressed (free, receive all episodes) I’ve been following Logan Ury’s work this year which is how I tuned into This is Dating. Many of my friends have recommended it as well. While I have some complaints, overall, I enjoy this podcast. The episodes are short, I love eavesdropping on the dates, the daters are diverse, the hosts are cute and I really like Logan’s insight (though it’s more limited than I expected). Starting a new podcast isn’t easy and I appreciate how professional this sounds while also taking a different set up than a lot of podcasts that are out there right now. If I had one actionable critique - I’d love to listen to one dates story at a time instead of bouncing around. Once I’m invested, I’m curious to learn more of *that* persons journey. Either way, I find I relate to the dating scenes portrayed which makes me sad as a dater but happy to know I’m not alone in my experiences.
Love the actual podcast, hate everything about the listening experience. I'm not paying for the podcast but subscribed to it. I guess that's why the new episodes don't download automatically??? I have to remember to go to the store and manually download each week. The order of the dates is confusing; hard to remember who is who between their dates, as weeks pass. And the order of the episode listing in the itunes store is confusing; not in chronological order. Again, I'm really enjoying the content but don't understand why everything else is such a mess.
my listening experience was cut off after episode 9. “Subscribe and listen ad-free!” No thanks. That’s actually how I learn about new podcasts and get promo codes on great products. Anywho, the show is great, I love the hosts, the guests, and the content. A lot of it is very relatable to my dating experiences. I would love to give it a five star rating, but I won’t pay $2.99 a month for it. Best of luck on the show, ladies!
I’ve only listened to the free episodes, but the latest discussion has so much depth. These women are presenting dating in real life as authentically as possible. I’m curious about how this podcast will evolve. I’d like to hear four daters in their late 50s answer some of these same questions about the challenge of finding love online, what it means to fall in love, and what a loving relationship could be.
I ended up subscribing but regretting it, because there’s really not much content for the price, and episodes are organized in a really confusing way! Out of order, show displays that there are new updates, but no new episodes displaying- very poorly executed.
Hoping to clear up a few things that seem to be confusing about the paid subscriptions.. The podcast is 100 percent free for everyone. If you want to be a paid subscriber you get episodes a week or two early and ad-free. The episode numbers are off if you are a paid subscriber becasue you are getting episdoes as they are finished and not necessarily in the order that they will come out for free for the people who want to wait for their new episodes.
I have really enjoyed this podcast but agree that having it subscription based is sort of crazy considering the amount of content available. Would prefer they do ads in order to make money instead of asking new listeners to have to subscribe without getting much in return. If they had 100 episodes already banked then I think that’s different but with only 10 it’s a lot to ask of people.
I enjoy your content a lot, which is why it’s so frustrating that it’s not better organized. Your feed is kind of a mess making it hard to discern where to find the newest episode. Episodes aren’t listed consecutively or accurately numbered. The dates don’t align with episode numbers, you list 11 episodes and yet one episode is numbered 12. If I’m paying for premium content professionalism matters right down to the details.
I’m long married but love to live vicariously through single friends dating lives; this podcast is like secretly going along on a first date with a friend. I love it.
Overall enjoying the episodes, but I don’t agree with this podcast being subscription based at all. There just isn’t enough content. I feel like I’ve barely had an episode to listen to in weeks and when there is one it’s super short. Would love a different format and don’t make us pay for it, there are other ways to make money from a podcast like ads.
Everyone seems to be in their 30s, never married. How about people in their 40s/50s, divorced or widowed? Teaching them to date again in this new app/online dating world would be helpful. But the concept is great and I love the planted questions to help things along. Also, I suggest getting a male perspective - queer or straight - right now you have 3 female experts and would be nice to have some balance. Keep up the good work!!
Please get more people on dates. Is Khan going on a second date?
I enjoyed the different venue of my normal podcast listening. I really enjoyed the context of and the banter after the questions. The hosts really do show up with interesting and thought provoking subjects Looking forward to hearing more from others thus making me learn more about myself.
I didn’t know I was going to love it this much. I was hooked. Now I want to be on the show.
This show is so great and helpful for me. I’m tempted to send an email to be set up because I need help in dating. I’m so bad at it
Super fun listening to these first dates! Serious questions, well produced, if I wasn’t married I’d love to go on a date like this!
Unlike other dating podcasts I’ve come across, this once is neither overly self-helpy or played for laughs or tears. Loved the combo of good storytelling with inputs from a dating expert and the producer-hosts. Fun and relatable stuff, even for this divorcee significantly older than any of the daters featured in the early episodes. Looking forward to more!
Innovative, and thoroughly different dating show / podcast. Really excited to keep listening!
This podcast is literally all of us and all of our dating experiences in this unprecedented time. It’s amazing to see a reflection of my dating experiences through these stories and I can’t wait for more!
I listened to the first episode yesterday and throughly enjoyed it! It was a fun and easy listen. And an interesting, cool way to get an inside look into what dating is like during a time like this. I also liked how the producers guided the people dating and the listeners through the journey