After I Kissed a Boy,
the gay dating show recently broadcast on BBC Three (see Friday’s Espresso 27th May), now it’s time of the first lesbian dating show, Coming Out for Love
(but see also Prime Video’s docuseries Tampa Baes, with a panel of seven lesbian and bisexual women).
The show, that will premier on next Valentine’s Day (14th February) across various digital streaming platforms, will feature 16 queer contestants who live together in a magnificent 8,400 square foot (ca 780 m2) villa in Palm Springs (California). They’ll participate in emotional and physical challenges with the aim to win the highest number of “keys” that unlock the heart of influencer and activist Amber Whittington.
Coming Out for Love is produced from award winning LGBTQ filmmaker Nicole Conn, in association with Just Jo Productions and Pelican Films. Last Saturday 14th Jan she personally held a live chat through Zoom, sharing behind-the-scenes secrets about the making of the show, and screen pre-released content (an interesting form of “interactive promotion”).
To read the other 2 articles about five brand-new Korean unscripted -soon to be launched on Netflix- and an intergenerational Canadian talent show, go to https://cmmespresso.substack.com/
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