Eva Longoria is developing a new dating show in which single people are set up by professional matchmakers.
Eva Longoria is developing a new dating show.
The 'Desperate Housewives' actress - who is currently single, after splitting from Eduardo Cruz earlier this month - has been working on the new format, provisionally titled 'All About Love', which will see single people set up by top matchmakers.
Among those set to be included in the show are Amber Kelleher - who heads elite dating company Kelleher International - and Steve Ward, who appeared on VH1 show 'Tough Love', which saw him and mother JoAnn send women struggling to find a partner through a boot camp.
A source told the New York Post newspaper the show - developed by Eva's UnbeliEVAble Entertainment company - goes into production next month, with network NBC ordering a full series.
Eva, 37, has had a turbulent few years in her private life, after she split from basketball player Tony Parker after three-and-a-half years of marriage in November 2010, but she recently insisted she has not given up on love.
She said: ''You know what, every day I strive to be happy. So yeah, I think every day is another victory.
''The truth is, I should be angry, resentful and disillusioned about relationships. But I'm not.''