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The show may be focusing on the dating habits of a small niche population, but Gottfried is aiming at a much larger non-Jewish audience.
“We like to think of ‘Soon by You’ as a show with characters who happen to be Jewish instead of as a Jewish show,” she says, pointing out that the show has been likened to a kosher version of “Friends.” “I think almost everyone can relate to some of the awkward moments the characters on the show experience in dating.
Names remain only within our group of shadchanim and are revealed to a prospective match only after we receive the appropriate consent. Baruch Hashem, much attention has been given to shidduchim lately.
However, a very important group of people has not been sufficiently addressed.
Wise Miller investigated, and found that the man was nervous about prying or offending.