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Goss is a Republican, while Walker admits to that, although he's not "terribly political in either direction," he's "not in the Trump camp." Walker hails from Australia and has served as an executive producer of reality TV shows including , the latter of which aired on Travel Channel.
Boxx is best known as an equipment production company with various reality shows in development.
"We are excited with the new development of making a show to showcase the polarity of the dating world with today's divisiveness and see if people with opposing views can have a loving and meaningful relationship," Goss adds.
It's that political divide that inspired Goss in the first place.