TV: Channel 4 gets Sex Rated

Channel 4 has commissioned Sex Rated (working title), a new studio series hosted by Rylan, where single Brits will learn where they may be going wrong in love by asking for frank feedback from their past sexual partners.

Each contributor will find out how they rate in the bedroom via the results of a no-holds-barred feedback survey by a selection of exes. On hand to offer practical advice, an expert sexologist will offer tips and guidance on how they can make their romantic lives better.

Regardless of their age, gender, or sexuality, the series seeks to give each singleton a bespoke lesson in the ways they can achieve more fulfilling sex lives.

Rylan says: “This show is all about sex positivity as I delve into the love life of the nation. I’ll be helping unlucky-in-love singletons work out where they’re going wrong in their relationships by speaking to the people who they’ve shared their beds with; their exes! They’ll help our singletons learn how their previous sexual slip-ups can be turned into a positive so I’m basically going to be Cupid, but six-foot-four and from Essex”

Lynn Sutcliffe, Managing Director, Mighty Productions says: “The series is entirely sex positive, hugely joyful, and will constructively celebrate the contributors and their kinks. We at Mighty are thrilled to bring this series to air.”

The 6 x 60’ series is commissioned for Channel 4 by Jayne Stanger, Commissioning Editor, Daytime and Features, and Jo Street, Head of Daytime and Features. It will be produced by Mighty Scotland, part of the STV Studios family, with executive producers Lynn Sutcliffe, David Cheesman, and Martyn Bon, and series producer Richard Stowe. BBC Studios will license the format internationally.

If you are over 18 and would like to be part of it please email sexrated@mighty.productions

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