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"Burning Love" (TV show) is a hilarious, critically acclaimed, dating show spoof comedy series that airs on E! Entertainment. What began as a web phenomenon that follows charismatic, yet incredibly shallow, Mark Orlando (Ken Marino) as he embarks on a journey to find the kind of ever-lasting love that is only found on reality TV.

With a lineup of comedic heavyweights from film and television, including Kristen Bell, Adam Scott, Malin Akerman and Michael Ian Black, with special appearances from Ben Stiller (Executive Producer), Christine Taylor and Jennifer Aniston, the series brings the laughs and mega-watt star power to every episode.

In the premiere episode, viewers meet handsome bachelor Mark Orlando, a 34-year-old fireman who is looking for that special woman who will ignite his flames of lasting love. Mark will be grilled on what he is looking for, and perhaps more importantly, what he isn't looking for in a partner. In his quest for true love, Mark will have the extraordinary opportunity to date 15 women ... at once. Among them are Titi, the wealthy fashion buyer; Carly, the WNBA assistant coach who is not 100% attracted to Mark; Annie, the optimistic kindergarten teacher; 84-year-old Agnes, and Lexie, an intense District Attorney who cites 'Fatal Attraction' as her favorite film. From standup comedy challenges and pool parties, to bubble-bath dates and roller skating outings, these ladies will be taken on an emotional roller coaster, with some handling the pressure better than others.

Season 2

The premiere of season two finds Julie Gristlewhite (June Diane Raphael) looking for love. The dental hygienist who previously tried to trap sexy fireman Mark Orlando (Ken Marino) into choosing her, is starting with a clean slate. Host Bill Trundle (Michael Ian Black) brings in an amazing group of guys to vie for Julie's heart. Her dashing suitors include characters played by Adam Brody, Michael Cera, Colin Hanks, Ryan Hansen, Rob Huebel, Brandon Johnson, Nick Kroll, Kumail Nanjiani, Jerry O'Connell, Paul Scheer, Adam Scott, Martin Starr, Nick Thune and Joe Lo Truglio.

Season 3

Season three, "Burning Love: Burning Down the House," kicks off with everyone's favorite guys and girls, who move back into the "Burning Love" mansion for a chance at true love — and a potentially life changing cash prize of $900. Host Bill Tundle greets the money hungry hopefuls, played by Leslie Bibb, Beth Dover, Ryan Hansen, Rob Huebel, Natasha Leggero, Ken Marino, Kumail Nanjiani, June Diane Raphael, Helen Slayton-Hughes, Abigail Spencer, Joe Lo Truglio, Janet Varney and Morgan Walsh. Introducing Alex Anfanger, Carly Craig, Rob Delaney, and Armen Weitzman.

"Burning Love" is distributed and produced by Paramount's Insurge Pictures, and executive produced by Red Hour's Ben Stiller, Stuart Cornfeld and Mike Rosenstein, Abominable Pictures' Jonathan Stern, Ken Marino and Erica Oyama. The series was created and written by Erica Oyama and directed by Ken Marino.




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BURNING LOVE (TV SHOW): FACTS

Network: E!
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: February 25, 2013
Seasons: 3
Production Companies:
Insurge Pictures
Red Hour
Abominable Pictures





Michael Cera and June Diane Raphael in "Burning Love" 'Burning Love' Begins 2 New Seasons — Premiering Wednesday, November 13, on E! Entertainment, the second and third seasons of the Emmy-nominated dating show parody features hunky bachelors played by Michael Cera, Ryan Hansen and Jerry O'Connell. Read more...
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