Channel 4 is looking for couples to take part in Sex Tape, a new four-part reality show billed as a “groundbreaking social experiment”.
As the titles suggests, shrinking violets need not apply.
Arguing couples will have their home rigged up with cameras to capture everything - and we mean EVERYTHING - from their blazing arguments to them having ‘make-up sex’.
In each episode, the couples hoping to fix their relationships meet each other, along with a sex therapist, for a “new therapy”.
They reveal their uncensored tapes to each other to see whether “they can gain a new perspective on their relationship”.
Channel 4 factual entertainment commissioning editor Becky Cadman said of the series: “Sex Tape promises a unique fly-on-the-wall look at relationships as they really happen including the good, the bad and the ugly.
“It’s an innovative new format that will hopefully help people recapture the romance in their relationship.”
Executive producer Gary Chippington said the show was a “groundbreaking series”.
“Sex Tape promises to be a perceptive, revealing and surprising social experiment offering a fascinating insight into intimacy,” he said.
Sex Tape has no official release date yet but is expected to air later this year.