HBO Max's 'Singletown' Trailer: 5 Couples Split to Test Single Life (Video)

Dating series debuts later this month

HBO Max just dropped the trailer for its upcoming reality dating series “Singletown,” and it finds five couples taking time apart to test out the single life. The only catch is — their exes are also their new neighbors.

Throughout the season, they’ll decide whether they want to get back together with their old flames or move on for good.

The 15-episode series premieres Aug. 20. Watch the trailer above.

Here is the full synopsis:

“‘Singletown’ begins with a unique ending as five couples press pause on their relationships and spend one incredible summer living their best single lives in the city. The newly separated couples and their four new flatmates move into two luxury Singletown apartments, which, to their surprise, are located in the same building and come with a celebrity mentor. Supported by their mentor’s matchmaking skills, the singletons embark on an indulgent summer full of money-can’t-buy exclusive dates, out of this world parties and unforgettable experiences. At the end of each week, the couples meet to take part in the Love Locket ceremony. Will they choose to reunite and leave the show as a couple or will one, or both of them, choose to stay single and remain in Singletown?”

“Singletown” was originally produced by Keshet Productions for ITV2 and distributed by Keshet International.

10 Best Paid Actors of 2020, From Jackie Chan to Dwayne Johnson (Photos)

  • In its annual calculation of Hollywood’s top earning stars, Forbes looked at the earnings between June 1, 2019, and June 1, 2020.

  • 10. Jackie Chan — $40 million 

    These days, the 66-year-old martial-arts star makes the bulk of his earnings from endorsement deals, Forbes reported.

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  • 9. Adam Sandler — $41 million 

    The comedian earned raves for the indie “Uncut Gems” but raked in most of his money from a lucrative Netflix deal that was extended in January for four more films.

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  • 8. Will Smith — $44.5 million 

    The action star has had a string of box office hits in the last year, from “Aladdin” to “Gemini Man” to January’s “Bad Boys for Life.”

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  • 7. Lin-Manuel Miranda — $45.5 million 

    The creator and star of “Hamilton” scored big time when Disney paid $75 million for film rights to hit musical, and an adaptation of his first Broadway hit, “In the Heights” is also in the works.

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  • 6. Akshay Kumar — $48.5 million

    The Bollywood star, who has a TV series in the works for Amazon Prime, earns the bulk of his money from endorsement deals.

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  • 5. Vin Diesel — $54 million 

    Even though “F9” was pushed from its planned April release, the action star still cashed in as a producer on the animated Netflix series “Fast & Furious Spy Races.”

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  • 4. Ben Affleck — $55 million 

    The former big-screen Batman has earned bank thanks to a series of Netflix movies like “Triple Frontier” and “The Last Thing He Wanted.”

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  • 3. Mark Wahlberg — $58 million  

    In addition to the Netflix hit “Spencer Confidential” earlier this year, Wahlberg has raked it in as a producer of shows like “Ballers” and the nonfiction hit “McMillions.”

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  • 2. Ryan Reynolds — $71.5 million 

    According to Forbes, the “Deadpool” star earned a cool $20 million on each of his two Netflix movies, “6 Underground” and the upcoming “Red Notice.” He also stars in and produced the upcoming feature “Free Guy” and narrates and produces the ABC competition series “Don’t.”

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  • 1. Dwayne Johnson — $87.5 million 

    For the second year in a row, The Rock tops the Forbes list — including a $23 million payday for Netflix’s “Red Notice” as well as his work as a star-producer on HBO’s “Ballers” and last winter’s “Jumanji: The Next Level.”

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Forbes magazine calculated earnings between June 1, 2019, and June 1, 2020

In its annual calculation of Hollywood’s top earning stars, Forbes looked at the earnings between June 1, 2019, and June 1, 2020.

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