- Published on Monday, 26 January 2015 16:38
The heavy makeout session you engaged in at that bar in Cabo is about to seem downright tasteful. WEtv is poised to do the seemingly impossible by pushing the limits of both modern sexuality and reality television when they launch Sex Box, a television show that features, well, couples having sex in a box.
Sex Box, which is based on a series in the U.K. by the same name, takes couples who are having trouble in their relationship and has them work things out by stepping into a box that is yes, soundproof, but also onstage, where they get intimate with each other and a television audience.
Immediately after doing the deed (which some men and no women are surprised to learn can take up to 40 minutes to do properly), the couple, in all of their post-coital glory, sits down with a panel of experts to get to the root of their sex and relationship issues.
According to the show's description, the idea behind talking to couples immediately after they've done the horizontal tango is that their afterglow will make them "completely filterless and emotionally honest." If this steamy opportunity for some good old-fashioned voyeurism sounds like something you wouldn't be able to turn away from, you're not alone: A whopping 90,000 viewers reportedly helped themselves to this guilty pleasure when the show premiered in the U.K.