The series includes a variety of viewpoints, from the person who swaps drugs for dating apps, to the one who maintains a sexual online relationship for two years without meeting the other person, and even the man who sets his wife up on a date with his Tinder girlfriend.The takeaway message for Ms Watts is that online dating elicits mixed reactions."When we were going through our casting process and looking for stories, we were reading hundreds of these stories ...A controversial dating show that films strangers as they undress each other and then passionately make out in bed has been labelled 'awkward' on social media, the Daily Mail reports.The Australian show, Undressed, premiered on Monday night and saw two couples experience a somewhat unusual first date - prompted by a large digital screen."Although the show is about silly and funny and awkward dating app experiences, we really tried to get to the bottom of some of the isolation and loneliness that people feel."The puppets [are there to] add to the humour."After being inundated with submissions, Ms Watts set about choosing which stories to include in the show.The process revealed the opportunities these apps offer those seeking love (or just a good time) but also demonstrated the dangers that can await."Some of the stories are incredible disaster stories," Ms Watts said.SBS has pitched the show as a “unique matchmaking social experiment” that promises to “challenge both viewer and contributor prejudices about attraction”.The nude dating format is by no means new to television, but this is the first time a veneer of psychology will be contestants off on elaborate dates with a series of strangers, forcing them to do activities like archery and jet skiing while completely nude.
What this amounted to was emotional game-playing on a whole new level.At the conclusion of the date, each person is given the choice to stay and get to know their counterpart better or to leave. is sure to resonate with and enthrall a broad spectrum of Australia, especially when it comes time to decide… Prime example: On Tuesday night’s episode, when Sharon and Nick renewed their vows, aka revealed whether they wanted to continue with the ‘experiment’ in the real world and stay together “for life”—as the relationship experts would have you believe—Nick declared his love for his ‘wife,’ Sharon, in his vows.When it was her turn, she summarised all the good times they’d shared together, but then spent a good amount of time airing her concerns about their potential future together—more specifically, she was worried Nick would still be into partying instead of fully committing to her.Couples meet in a room furnished only with a bed and a large-screen TV.