But there’s always room for one more reality show and Channel 5 have come up with the utter opposite of Love Island – new show We’re On A Break The new show will concentrate on couples that are mid way through breaking up. And as a last ditch attempt to save their failing relationships, all the couples live together in a resort in Mexico.
On top of that, members of each couple are actively encouraged to date one another in order to draw comparison with that of their other half. According to the Sun, a source said: ‘These couples are in that situation where you just don’t know how you feel about the relationship until you’ve broken up with the other person, test the water with a new date or you see your ex with someone else.
Parents ask questions and decide whether the woman is a good match, while the sons wait in a room offstage.
The bachelorette only wins the right to choose a date herself if three families voice interest in her.
All of the parents seemed satisfied with Lin, until they found out she was 40 years old and had a son. “It’s just because of her age,” several families said.
Throughout their stay, they’ll face expert led behavioural workshops, a series of challenges, and sex therapies that should help them be happier as a resul.
But whether that means staying together, or breaking up is yet to be seen as drama when the singletons get steamy prove a problem.
Meet the couples hoping to make or break their romances...
ITV have confirmed that Love Island will return for another year of sun, sand, and sexual shenanigans at 9pm on Monday June 5 while minutes later Channel 5 confirmed that Big Brother will return at 8.30pm – on Monday June 5.
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