Get ready to watch a new reality TV show coming in 2015. This show, although it hasn’t even aired yet in the US, is highly controversial. WE TV recently announced that they were bringing the UK show “Sex Box” to American television.
Apparently, the VH1’s show “Dating Naked” wasn’t racy enough and they have decided to push the envelope to see how far they can go and what they can show on TV stations. They may be poking at a hornet's nest with this show. According to The Daily Beast, WE TV ordered nine, hour-long episodes of “Sex Box.”
The contents of the show are just as the title suggests. A couple will enter a box and have intercourse. After about 7 minutes, they will come out and tell all about their experiences before a panel of sex experts.
Who are these sex experts, you may ask. They are, Dr. Fran Walfish. She is a child, couple and/or family psychologist with a private practice in Beverly Hills.
Dr. Chris Donaghue is an international sex and relationship expert, according to his website. He is a “licensed clinical therapist, nationally certified sex therapist, and doctor of clinical sexology and human sexuality.”
The next sex expert may surprise many people and infuriate Christians. Dr. Yvonne Capehart claims to be a Christian pastor in Florida. She founded “Healed for Real” Healing and Deliverance Conference, and the YC Publishing Company. She is the president of the music company 2BLEEV. She has appeared on TBN, Daystar, The Word Network and other Christian shows and networks.
Danielle Stewart may lighten things up before the chosen couple enters the box. Her role is to interview the couple before they have sex.
So, what happens while the couple is in the box? The Daily Beast explains that the experts will sit outside and discuss the couples chances of having a lasting relationship. They will also chat about what they think the couple are doing while inside the box.
So what are your views on this TV show coming to a television in your home, where anyone of any age can watch and listen? Sound off below or voice your views to WE TV.