Tyger is single and looking for love, so he is joining the million-plus young adults who have signed themselves up to online dating in search of a relationship.
As meeting people has never been easier with hundreds of potential dates a swipe away on the phone, has finding love become all too easy? How have relationships changed given that technology has given us access to more people than ever before?
However, in an age where young people's relationship and dating options have vastly expanded and we have more friends than ever before, why, according to the latest research, are we the loneliest we've ever been?
With fast, quick-fix disposable encounters and a trend for open relationships and polyamory fundamentally changing the nature of our relationships, are young people incapable of traditional commitment?
Tyger meets young people caught up in the melting pot of modern relationships and talks to professionals who question whether we are addicted to digital dating. What do these new generation of relationships forged in the heat of technology and 'openness' really look like?
|Executive Producer||Dominique Walker|
|Executive Producer||Ash Atalla|
|Executive Producer||Neil Calow|