Channel 4 denies it's axing Naked Attraction and other popular shows from its schedule
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Channel 4 has denied that Naked Attraction is to be binned off, amidst rumours of a ‘bloodbath’ in which loads of popular shows might bite the dust.
Apparently, it’s going absolutely nowhere.
The premise of the show is simple, yet completely shocking.
Contestants come onto the programme and then have to essentially decide who they want to take out on a date.
However, the big twist is that the potential dates are all revealed from the feet upwards, and they’re all completely starkers.
Fronted by Anna Richardson and started in 2016, the show has been a hit with people, presumably for the sheer morbid curiosity appeal.
Fans of the show will be heartened to learn that Channel 4 has denied that it’s going anywhere and teased a forthcoming series.
A spokesperson told Mirror Online: “Naked Attraction has not been decommissioned and a new series will return to Channel 4 next year.
“Scared of the Dark enjoyed a celebrated first season with excellent linear and streaming performance."
Rubbishing some suggestions that the channel has ‘run out of money’, the spokesperson continued: "Channel 4 is in robust health - however like all commercial broadcasters we're taking some precautionary measures - such as rephrasing some content and production - in response to a downturn in the ad-market.
“The vast majority of our shows have not been affected."
LADbible has reached out to Channel 4 for further comment.
Well, there you have it then, the show isn’t stopping.
In fact, you’ll be able to awkwardly watch through your fingers whilst a whole new set of naked mishaps takes place, and there’s been some crackers over the years.
One woman gave way too much information about a dogging incident, and another admitted that he loved staring at himself in the mirror whilst doing the deed.
Each to their own, I guess.
Naked Attraction also has a sister show, Naked Education, whose aim is to 'normalise bodies'.
As for Scared of the Dark, that just aired this year, hosted by Danny Dyer.
Essentially, it saw a group of celebrities kept in the dark for 180 hours on the trot.
Stars like Paul Gascoigne, Scarlett Moffatt, Chloe Burrows, Max George, Chris Eubank, Donna Preston, Nicola Adams, and Chris McCausland all took part in the show, which was a world first.