NEW YORK (AP) — A new reality show on WEtv boasts that its couples will make love on the air. But viewers won't get to see it.
"Sex Box" premieres for an 11-episode run on Feb. 27, the network announced Thursday.
The provocatively titled series will feature couples discussing their relationship issues with a panel of experts. But all that yacking will bookend the main event: a bona fide sex session for each couple in a camera-free, soundproof box on the show's set.
The post-coitus portion of the show will allow the partners to share any problems with so-called "sexperts." Then advice will flow.
It all happens in front of a studio audience.
WEtv says "Sex Box" might "just be the start of the next sexual revolution in the United States."