“I watched #nakedattraction last night and thought it was great!
Real human bodies in all shapes and sizes,” one viewer wrote.
Dating Naked is a series that explores the art of romance, free of preconceived notions, stereotypes – and clothes.
According to the broadcaster, the first episode drew an average audience of 1.4 million, which is up 82% on the slot average.
Broadcast in the late 10pm slot, the show certainly didn’t hold back when it came to gratuitous nudity.
“#nakedattraction really does represent a new low for TV. Someone else posted: “I'm in shock at how comfortable these people are with bearing all on national television!
I expect far more from @Channel4 than such lowest common dominator nonsense,” one person wrote on Twitter. #Naked Attraction.” Other views seemed to think that the programme actually promoted healthy body shapes and sizes.
Online dates, blind dates, and the latest in ridiculous dating apps all make it hard to see people for who they really are.
Channel 4’s brand new programme, which sees singletons choose potential dates based on their nude body parts, left many viewers with their jaws on the floor when it aired on Monday night.But despite the fact that the show left some people ‘shocked’, an impressive amount actually tuned in to get a first look at the controversial programme. Find out how to be a part of this ground-breaking social experiment by clicking here!These days we're supposed to be more "connected" than ever, but it's actually harder than ever to truly connect.
Hosted by Anna Richardson, the show aims to ‘start where most dates end’, letting people pick their partners based on their bodies alone.“Evolutionary scientists say that back in the day we would have picked someone based on primal instinct,” said Richardson.