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If only "thank u, next" had been around back in 2005 when this aired on MTV. Throughout each episode, contestants can learn about their potential matches by seeing items they brought into the house or learning about their personalities, but they can only see each other in a complicated reveal process that involves two-way mirrors.
Ryan Seacrest helped produce the NBC reality series where a group of moms helped choose the perfect woman for their sons. At the end of each ep, they could choose to meet on the balcony and try out a relationship, or they could leave through the front door alone.
Most of the pitches seem to focus on a similar premise: In an exotic location, a man and a woman — both unclothed — size each other up and consider dating.
See video: Discovery’s ‘Naked and Afraid': Duo Sizes Each Other Up for the First Time — in the Nude (Exclusive) VH1 was the first to have the cojones to greenlight a naked dating show here in the U. “‘Dating Naked’ was a pitch that I bought basically on my first day in the office,” VH1’s executive vice president of original programming and production, Susan Levison, told The Wrap.
The person with the dealbreaker secret is eliminated, and then the final two open their biggest suitcases and the main contestant chooses one, who then gets to learn the main contestant's own secret and decides if they can deal with it or not. While the show faced criticism from religious groups, Tila would end up picking a man for season one.
Either the couples will weather the storm or they'll give into temptation, but there will inevitably be drama no matter what happens with that many men and women living in fancy villas together.
Temptation Island is hardly the first insane-sounding show centered around dating on TV (and not even the first version of might be the most twisted of them all, just because its stars are not even single.
Nudity is the twist that’s adding new life to reality formats this pitching season, especially when it comes to dating series.
Broadcast and cable programming executives have told The Wrap that they’re being flooded with pitches for naked dating shows, driven by the success of the hit series on Discovery, “Naked and Afraid.” One broadcast executive told The Wrap that he has already seen “a dozen naked dating pitches” cross his desk this year.
The show goes inside a nudist community in Florida through the lens of the premiere realtor who caters to nudists.