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Laura Marano Will Star in a New, Interactive Netflix Rom-Com, ‘Choose Love’

Laura Marano Will Star in a New, Interactive Netflix Rom-Com, ‘Choose Love’

If you’ve ever wanted the main character in a romantic comedy to end up with someone else, now’s your chance to (sort of) step into the director’s seat.

Netflix has announced that viewers will get the opportunity to make romanic decisions for characters in a new interactive romantic comedy, Choose Love.

Laura Marano, Avan Jogia, Scott Michael Foster and Jordi Webber will star in the new rom-com, and it will be up to viewers to determine how the love story ends. According to Netflix, the story (stories?) centers on recording engineer Cami (Marano), who seemingly has it all and is headed toward a life of bliss with her boyfriend, Paul (Foster). But she feels something is missing and she begins to ponder what could have been. What if she had ended up with her British rock star ex Rex (Jogia) or her first love Jack (Webber)? Choices, choices, choices… and they’re all yours to make.

Netflix has said that Cami (and by extension, viewers) will have to make tough decisions tough ranging from serious-ish ethical dilemmas to the frivolous “Truth or Dare” games. There will be multiple options for the main character, all written from the mind of Josann McGibbon who wrote the 1999 Julia Roberts rom-com Runaway Bride.

This isn’t the first time Netflix has dabbled in the interactive world. One of their most popular episodes of Black Mirror featured a “choose your own adventure” option. They’ve also had a few kids programming options, meditative videos and adventure videos like Bear Grylls’ You vs. Wild. This is their first time to step into the interactive romcom genre, and it could turn out to be a hit. After all, who doesn’t love making love life choices for other people?

Speaking of love, Netflix has taken over the reality dating lane in a big way. They’ve already created established series like Love is Blind and Too Hot to Handle, but now they’re entering the truly weird with shows like Dated and Related and The Ultimatum. Guess someone at Netflix has love on the brain.

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