Based in Melbourne and NYC - they like to tell the best stories from around the series features real-life voice recordings of people relaying their tales of dating triumph and woe in 5-7 minute vignettes.
I was so sure that I never wanted to be pinned down by a full-time relationship that I even wrote a book about it. I opened myself up to the ideal of a real relationship and, guess what? I’m not telling you this because I want to share my fairytale (the ending is still to be written!
But as the creator of a new TV series about people's real-life experiences with dating apps has discovered, some are using Tinder in unusual and innovative ways.
Including the failing Australian band who, in a bid to attract more concert-goers to one of their gigs, took to Tinder to recruit female fans.
"We get such a diverse mix of stories coming through," Watts says."The disaster stories often make for the best content for our series, as they tend to be the really funny stories.
However, we do have a couple of 'happily-ever-after', 'with a twist' stories that are really great."Watts quickly worked out people were more likely to spill the beans on their love lives if they could remain anonymous, thus the stories in Tales From Tinder - "part documentary, part comedy, part reality TV puppet show" - are performed by puppets.