Viewers can experience a heavenly romance thanks to Cosmic Love Season 1. AstroTwins, renowned columnists, matchmakers and authors, make their television debut in Prime Video’s Cosmic Love, helping singles find love by providing astrological guidance. These matchmakers are ideal for anyone who has ever asked about the sun, moon and stars.
According to the show’s synopsis:
“Four people try to find their ideal partner in this novel social experiment using astrological matchmaking. Each person is a representation of one of the four components of astrology (Air, Fire, Water, Earth). They embark on their passionate adventure in the Astro Chamber, a retreat led by a magical guide.”
How it goes on:
“They mix, pair, date, sort, and finally make the most important decision of their lives. Will they marry their soulmate based entirely on astrology?”
On August 12th at 7pm ET, Cosmic Love Season 1 will make its global Prime Video debut. Although the show’s first six episodes are currently available on Screeners, the remaining 10 episodes will be released on the same day.
The AstroTwins, Ophira and Tali Edut, are the show’s astrological matchmakers, best-selling authors and well-known columnists. The two will mostly hang out backstage while guiding contestants through the enigmatic Astro Chamber, voiced by Cree Summer.
AstroTwins ready to help people find love through cosmic love
Identical twins Ophira and Tali Edut, better known as AstroTwins, are respected astrologers for ELLE magazine with a worldwide audience. The pair will make their television debut on Prime Video’s Cosmic Love, where they will help singles find love through astrology and their stars.
On December 2, 1972, in Detroit, Michigan, Tali and Ophira, Israeli-American twins, were born 4 minutes apart at 10 a.m. and 10 a.m., respectively. Her special upbringing, rich in cultural influences, prepared her for a life shaped by astrology.
At 18, Tali won a competition that gave her the chance to work for the renowned Sassy magazine, which had a proud feminist stance as early as the 1990s. The competition gave Tali the chance to serve as the issue’s art director, which turned out to be just what Cosmic Love’s mentors needed – a crash course in media production.
The two founded the HUES magazine in 1992 as a final project for women’s studies. They wanted to create a place where women of different races, cultural backgrounds, sizes and sexual orientations could feel valued and represented. Black and white half-size editions of HUES were published with university grants and local advertisements. It was made available on national newsstands a few years later and sold to New Moon Publishing in Duluth, Minnesota in 1997.
Ophira began working as an editor at Ms. Magazine after the two moved to New York City, while Tali later began working for an activist group called Do Something.
The editor of Teen People Magazine observed Ophira as she worked on an article about her father’s transition to womanhood and challenged the Cosmic Love mentors to take over her astrology column.
They quickly transitioned from astrology hobbyists to published authors on the subject. They received a request to create Astrostyle and feature it on MTV. In 2008, the twins published their second book, Love Zodiac, while also beginning to contribute to ELLE magazine.
The AstroTwins have grown their astrology business over the past 20 years into a global platform reaching millions of people.
The Edut siblings also publish their own annual horoscope books and have published a number of other books. Her parenting guide Momstrology was a best seller on Amazon.
In early 2020, the duo conceived Cosmic Love with Hudsun Media; In 2022, Amazon Studios acquired the project.