Love Me, Love Me Not is a Canadian game show based on the successful Italian game show, M'ama Non M'ama, which in English means "love me, love me not". The program originally aired in Canada in 1986 and debuted on the USA Network in the United States on September 29, 1986. Ross Shafer was the host and Jane MacDougall was the co-host/announcer; MacDougall was later replaced by Marilyn Smith.
The series was the first game show to be produced by Blair Murdoch and was taped at CKVU-TV in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Kathy Morse worked on the show as an assistant to the producers and later became the Mayor of Maple Ridge, Canada.