Twin Love Trailer Previews Reality Series Hosted by Nikki & Brie Garcia

The new trailer for Twin Love previews the new Prime Video reality series from the producers of Love Island, which is hosted by former WWE stars Nikki and Brie Garcia. The series debuts Friday, November 17 and will also premiere simultaneously for free in the U.S. and the U.K. with ads on Amazon Freevee.

“Twin Love is a social dating experiment that explores the love lives of identical twins,” per the official description. “Ten sets of twins will be split up and placed into two houses, creating identical casts, where they’ll begin a unique and compelling search for love. With double the fun and drama, the series will discover if their inherent similarities extend to their romantic desires. As the twins embark on their journey to find love, they are met with surprises along the way, as new sets of twins join the houses to heat things up.”

Check out the Twin Love trailer below  (watch more trailers):


The Cast of Twin Love

Amazon shared more details about the pairs of twins on the first season of Twin Love:

  • Akash and Krish are brothers of Indian descent and are extremely proud of it. They consider themselves to have grown up very similar—both played basketball, had the same GPAs, got accepted into the same 10 colleges, went to the same college, and majored in engineering
  • Gaby and Maddie have rarely been apart, with the exception of college. While they are similar in many ways, they are complementary in personality type.
  • Rhiannon and Morgaine were born in Scotland but grew up in the countryside of Virginia, never thinking they would become the city girls they are now.
  • Shelby and Ally may seem like big city girls, but their childhood was anything but city living. They grew up in a small town in Colorado, on a cow farm with pigs, chickens, goats, and horses.

Twin Love is produced by Amazon Studios and ITV America’s ITV Entertainment. Simon Thomas, Bernie Schaeffer, Kenny Rosen, and Jessica Nahmias serve as executive producers. The series is based on a format created by ITV Studios Netherlands.