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Sacramento’s Nate Shanklin will compete for love in ‘The Courtship’

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A Sacramento native will get a chance to love in NBC’s new reality show. “The Courtship” will be set in Regency-style English in a real castle in the countryside. A group of eligible suitors will compete to win the heart of Miss Nicole Remy and her court, one of those suitors being Nate Shanklin of Sacramento. . It’s really easy to feel like a gentleman when you look like a duke,” Shanklin said. When not out to court, the 34-year-old is an IT scout , and he sings. He said he’s tried dating apps and other dating shows, but he said it wasn’t for him. He hopes ‘The Courtship’ will be the change.” It’s a different setting when it’s you and 15 other guys vying for someone’s attention. It’s weird: so many talented handsome guys all around,” Shanklin said. Archery and handwriting, these dukes compete while wooing their duchess. He said he relied on these tactics and that perseverance on the last dating show he was on. Although the last time he was on a dating show was earlier in the pandemic. “It’s like we’re preparing to be astronauts,” Shanklin said. “We were in quarantine for 12 days.” “The Courtship” premieres Sunday at 8 p.m.

A Sacramento native will get a chance to love in NBC’s new reality show.

“The Courtship” will be set in Regency-style English in a real castle in the countryside. A group of eligible suitors will compete to win the heart of Miss Nicole Remy and her court, one of those suitors being Nate Shanklin of Sacramento.

“It’s kind of like ‘Bridgerton’ meets ‘The Bachelorette’. I have to channel my inner gentleman. It’s very easy to feel like a gentleman when you look like a duke,” Shanklin said.

When he’s not courting, the 34-year-old is a computer recruiter, and he sings. He said he tried dating apps and other dating shows, but said it wasn’t for him. He hopes “The Courtship” will be the change.

“It’s a different setting when it’s you and 15 other guys vying for someone’s attention. It’s weird: so many talented handsome guys all around,” Shanklin said.

From carriage rides to archery and handwritten letters, these dukes compete while courting their duchess.

Shanklin says singing and serenading are part of his arsenal, calling it “part of my seduction tactics.” He said he relied on those tactics and perseverance the last dating show he was on.

Although the last time he appeared on a dating show was earlier in the pandemic.

“It’s like we’re preparing to be astronauts,” Shanklin said. “We were in quarantine for 12 days.”

“The Courtship” begins Sunday at 8 p.m.