Sex Box comes to US

Credit: We TV
  • We TV introduces the newest reality TV show Sex Box to US audience tonight.

The show is about couples facing intimacy issues in their relationships which are resolved by specialists and the couples get to have improvised and improved sex in the Sex Box.

We TV takes it upon itself to debut the British inspired show, Sex Box. The reality TV show has already run for one season in UK on Channel 4 and already has much media speculation attached to it regarding its content. Despite that, the show has 906,000 fans. 

The show has been adapted for USA by We TV. The show features couples with sexual problems and relationship issues. They will get to discuss their issues with therapists and a pastor. They will then have sex in a box. The couple will then come out and discuss the improvement they have experienced. All of this will be done within an hour. 

The experts include relationship therapist Fran Walfish of Beverly Hills, star sex therapist Dr. Chris Donaghue and Florida pastor Dr. Yvonne Capehart. The trio will be the guiding counselors of the couple of the day on the show. The couple will copulate in a box. The box will have no cameras and will be soundproofed.

The couple will then come out and discuss their sexual activity with the show. While all of that is happening, Danielle Campbell, the comedian star would be giving a voice over during the whole show. That would definitely keep the environment alive in a very complicated and bold, break-through-the-clutter programming.

The Parents Television Council started its series of protest against the airing of the show and demanded its removal from the We TV line up. People’s curiosity and interest in the show saved it from being cancelled. 

Donaghue talked about the future of the show on We TV with relevance to the first couple who recorded the show. Taylor and Jarric had problem sexual issues after the birth of their child.

According to the couple, the show has been really helpful. They said that people are so compelled that they had sex in the box that they forget the therapeutic aspects of the show. According to them, the therapy changed their lives around. 

Donaghue commented that people are so focused on the sex part, in a box, in front of a live studio audience that they are blinded by all other things. He said that that will be fine. People will be very much attracted by the sex but they will keep hooked on by the intimate and love healing part of the show.

It will make the live audience and those watching at home relate to the problems. While the couples who participate will benefit from the process, the audience will be gaining a lot of insight from these couples’ experience. 


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