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Regardless of the intention behind the nudity, there’s a chance these TV shows could be a positive thing, Mc Cormick speculated.
“These shows could make people more comfortable in their own bodies.
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“Filmed on a remote exotic locale, each close-ended episode will feature a man and a woman as they each date two different, naked suitors,” a release for the show explains.
The show will be “edited according to network standards.” Meanwhile, TLC recently premiered a show called “Buying Naked,” which follows nudists on their quest to find the perfect homes, and Discovery has gained attention for “Naked & Afraid,” which sends daring individuals to an island to survive with no food, no water and no clothes. “Potentially,” said former TV producer and media relations specialist at Goldman Mc Cormick PR Ryan Mc Cormick.
On TV we are constantly bombarded with advertising showing us how inadequate we are…