Compared to the myriad heterosexual dating shows, bisexual dating shows are a bit late in coming, but I’m glad it’s coming.
Dating reality shows have been popular for two years, including South Korea’s Heart Signal, where several singles live together for a month. A common feature of these programs is that they take the form of dating between men and women, or, more accurately, heterosexual dating programs.
The E! Entertainment television has created a dating reality show, The Bi Life, in The UK and Ireland, Which is also the UK’s first dating bisexual dating show.
Hosted by the famous Australian drag queen Courtney Act (originally Shane Jenek), the show takes a number of bisexual, pan-sexual, fluid, etc or questioning British singletons to Barcelona and find love in the ultimate adventure.
In the newly released trailer, the actors dressed in white costumes splashed each other with colored paint, symbolizing “you have added color to my life”, and the three colors of pink, blue and purple also confirmed the theme of bisexuality.
In terms of form, actors will live together, party together, help each other, observe other people’s experiences and feedback, as well as explore bisexual dating journeys. For some, that means they will be discussing who they are for the first time. The show will document the highs and lows of their date.
From a formal point of view, the actors will live together, gather together, help each other, observe other people’s experiences and feedback, and explore the dating of bisexual dating. For some people, this means they will be the first to explore who they are. The show will chronicle the highs and lows of their bisexual dating.
Moderator Courtney Act said: “As if this summer hasn’t been hot enough, we decided to crank it up another notch with The Bi Life on E! It’s high time there was a dating show for the large number of young people today, like me, who are attracted to more than one gender. In 2018 we know that sexuality is fluid and sharing the stories and experiences, the laughter and the love making, of young bi people is so important. So get ready to see the true stories of bisexual singles, who are the largest part of the LGBTQ+ community, but the least known.”
Lee Raftery, managing director of the U.K. and emerging markets, and chief marketing and content officer for NBCUniversal International, said the commission marked a “pivotal point” for E! Entertainment Television in the U.K. “With the number of British people identifying themselves as bisexual rising by 73% in four years, we are incredibly excited to be introducing this pioneering series to our audiences in the U.K. and Ireland,” said Raftery.
The bisexual reality dating show “The Bi Life.” is currently in production, starting on October 25th, with 10 episodes. This will be the first British radio series to focus exclusively on bisexual dating.