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‘Date My Grandma,’ an AARP Video Series

Follow 6 grandparents on blind dates set up by their matchmaking grandchildren

Dating after 50 can be tough. It’s not easy to reenter the dating pool after the loss of a spouse, the end of a marriage or a breakup. The good news: You are not in this alone:  New research from AARP shows 56 percent of single grandparents 38 and older are either dating or open to the possibility, and many are game to have family members make a match, with 37 percent saying it is the best way to meet someone special.

In AARP Studios’ new six-part original series, Date My Grandma we chronicle six grandparents as they attempt to find companionship (and perhaps even a love connection!) with a little help from their doting grandkids.

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Episode 6

Comedian Grandpa Heats Up Dance Floor on Blind Date

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Other full episodes

1. Grandma Gets a Strawberry Surprise on First Date

2. Granddaughter Sculpts Perfect First Date for Grandma

3. Grandma’s Blind Date Casanova Tries to Steal a Kiss

4. Will Dancing Grandpa be Friend-Zoned?

5. NFL Grandma Bowls With Blind Date

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