‘How to Find Love Online’ explores numbers and science behind online dating

Internet dating has transformed our love lives: One in five committed couples meet on the internet and 91 million of us around the world log on to internet dating sites.

An expert in public health issues at Fordham University in New York, Dr. Xand van Tulleken is hopelessly single and looking for love. Can Dr. Hannah Fry, lecturer in mathematics at University College London, use her statistical know-how to help connect this public health expert with the partner of his dreams?

Find out Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 9 p.m. on Arizona PBS.

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