Playboy dating show
The sans clothing singletons are left on different sides of the island and then left to wander to one another and begin their first date in nothing but their birthday suits.
The show’s description is really something: ‘After a spectacular and rather awkward start, the couple explores the island to find their shelter and food supply, where they will spend the night together in a breathtaking paradise: it is their true Garden of Eden.’ Having proved a hit in its native Holland, there are now said to be plans to bring the series to the UK.
“Playboy TV has always been at the cutting edge of sexual exploration,” Wendy Miller, vice president of development said.
"We were looking for a dating format that was not only fun and sexy, but a show that has an actual takeaway for our viewers.
When contestant Wee Wee (yes) tells a date she met maybe a few hours before that she is thinking about marriage and children down the road, it feels as though the show’s trying to ape the most inane aspects of “The Bachelor”; if the contestants were wearing clothes, it’d be an extremely bad copy of the old MTV after-school shows, like “Next” or “Date My Mom,” that tried to cannibalize that ABC dating show’s success.