• Undressed participants Lexi & Nicole (SBS)
The first four episodes of the new SBS reality dating show Undressed are streaming now on SBS On Demand.
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SBS Guide

12 Jan 2017 - 1:21 PM  UPDATED 16 Jan 2017 - 3:56 PM

Ahead of the show's debut on SBS Monday 16 January at 9:30pm, the first four episodes of the bold new reality dating show Undressed are now streaming on SBS On Demand. 

Inspired by research suggesting you can accelerate the process of attraction by encouraging physical and emotional contact, Undressed puts the theory to the test. With participants from a mix of different cultural backgrounds and sexualities, Undressed challenges preconceptions about race and sexuality. 

Each episode of Undressed features two pairs of strangers going through a similar, yet entirely unique, experience: Couples meet in a room furnished only with a bed and a large-screen TV. Instructions and questions flash up on the screen, guiding the strangers through the process.

The first directive is for the participants to strip each other down to their underwear. As the experiment continues, the couple get into the bed and answer a series of probing and deeply personal questions. At the conclusion of the date, each person is given the choice to stay and get to know their counterpart better or to leave.

Take a sneaky peak at the first four episodes of the show, streaming now on SBS On Demand:

Pam & Cam, Nathan &Tahlia

Lexi & Nicole, Sharn & Roger

Charlotte & Johnny, Matilda & Christopher

Karol & Corinna, Jacob & Steven

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