Shows like the “Real World” and “Jerry Springer” have been blurring out the spontaneous nudity that happens during filming for more than a decade.But these days, a new raft of shows are centering themselves specifically on those little spots of blurred out flesh.
Contestants are ruled out on physique as well as scant bits of information presenter Anna Richardson reveals about them throughout.
Will this test how superficial we Brits really are?
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Channel 4 are baring all this summer with a host of shows themed on the glorious British birthday suit – whether we like it or not.
On Thursday, VH1’s “Dating Naked” will hit the airwaves.
The series follows a group of men and women as they participate in a “new social experiment,” according to VH1 description of the show.
“When it comes to these various networks, the bottom line is they are looking to see what will be a successful financial venture for them.” He said it’s no secret that sex sells. We should keep in mind that these shows would not exist if they did not have the potential to captivate an audience,” he said.
“I think that the idea of nudity being accepted on a mainstream level…
We reckon it sounds a bit too much like a combo of US show Dating Naked and Keith Chegwin’s unforgettable Naked Jungle, a Channel 5 assault course game show from 2000.