The show will see Fox team up with The Bachelor producer Mike Fleiss for the series, which casts 'average-looking' people.
"For six years it’s been skinny-minis and good-looking bachelors, and that's not what the dating world looks like," said Fox president of alternative Mike Darnell. "Why don't real women - the women who watch these shows, for the most part - have a chance to find love too?"
The project, which marks the first time Darnell and Fleiss have teamed up for a series in nine years, follows a group of women as they compete for a relationship with one man.
Contestants will be seen participating in similar activities to those on The Bachelor, but Fleiss said the focus will not be on physical improvement.
"We want to send the message that you can be the size you are and still be lovable," Fleiss said. "We aren't going to thin these girls down so they can find love - that's a backwards message."
Casting is currently underway for More To Love.