From the people who brought you Great Canal Journeys and 50 Shades of Green with Alan Titchmarsh comes a new documentary, and they're looking for people to join.
As far as we know, this one has nothing to do with Alan Titchmarsh, and in the nicest possible way we really hope he's not involved.
That's because this new documentary, Too Large For Love?, will 'discuss the hidden problems of living with a very large penis' and show audiences the downsides to size.
Yes, that's right, apparently there are downsides to being incredibly well endowed and this new documentary is aiming to get the truth out there for all to see.
Their appeal for people to be on the show declares that 'nearly half of the male population wish they had a bigger penis'.
Honestly, credit to that more than half of the male population who are happy and confident with themselves just the way they are.
Still, Too Large For Love? will be aiming to get the word out that having a very large penis isn't all it's cracked up to be, which may go some way to helping that 'nearly half' group feel a little bit better.
The makers of Too Large For Love? are hoping to show audiences the downsides of huge penises, including how it affects your sex life and what sort of help is out there for guys who might need it.
This won't be their first time working on a show dealing with more adult themes, having previously made Channel 4 show My First Threesome.
If you've got an incredibly large penis and it's causing problems with your life then production company Spun Gold would love to hear from you.
Filming for the show is due to begin in August, though, so you'd better get a move on if you want to be involved.
They've put out a casting call for men from far and wide of all ethnicities and sexualities, all you need is to be aged 18 or over and willing to talk about the positives and negatives of having a huge penis.
Producers would also welcome contact from someone who's partner is, let's say very well endowed, and is willing to talk about what life is like being in a relationship with them.
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