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Hulu acquires series one of ‘Love In The Flesh’

US streaming giant Hulu has acquired our reality dating show Love In The Flesh (8 x 45’), becoming its exclusive stateside home! We couldn’t be happier with the news and, with the series premiering on 26th July 2022, we can’t wait to hear the feedback from its newfound US audience.

‘Love In The Flesh’, which originally aired on BBC Three in the UK, focuses on five real-life potential couples who have already formed relationships via dating apps and social media but who have never met each other in the real world. These online daters are whisked away from the pressures of daily life and their screens to a beautiful Greek beach house where they can explore whether their online relationships can turn into love in the flesh.

The Disney-owned streaming service joins a growing list of international broadcasters and platforms to air the show, which include Discovery (New Zealand), NRK (Norway), DR (Denmark) MTV3 (Finland), TV4 (Sweden) and SIC (Portugal).

The series, presented by Zara McDermott, launched on BBC Three in March 2022 and distribution is handled by Passion Distribution.

Chibz and Shazelle, Love In The Flesh Winners, Announce their Pregnancy

In a fairytale ending, the winners of this year’s Love In The Flesh have announced their pregnancy! Chibz and Shazelle are expecting a baby girl in the early summer, a magical gift for their new family. Their co-star Lauren also announced her own exciting news shortly afterwards – she is also expecting a baby girl. There’s obviously something in the Love In The Flesh water.

Viewers commend Love In The Flesh for diverse and inclusive casting

Audience feedback highlighted the show’s diverse and inclusive credentials compared to other mainstream reality dating shows. Repeatedly cited was the involvement of LGBTQIA+ contestants alongside heterosexual ones, the racial diversity of the couples as well as the body inclusivity of the show.

Viewers applaud diversity of Love In The Flesh’s grand finale lineup

The diversity of the three finalist couples of this year’s Love In The Flesh finale has been applauded by our viewership. Winners Chibz and Shazelle, runners-up Millie and Shelby and third-placed Jess and Kwame were all lauded for their reflection of the diversity of modern UK society.

Love In The Flesh Winners Announced in Emotional Finale

London-based Chibz and Shazelle were announced the winners of Love In The Flesh in a moving final episode. Runners-up Millie and Shelby and Jess and Kwame came in second and third place respectively. And presenter Zara McDermott served a shock reward to the winners: a holiday to the Caribbean, with the caveat that they’d only be able to redeem if their relationship was still going six months after filming ended. We don’t think that will be an issue!

Digital Spy says Love In The Flesh “changes the game for reality dating”

Love In The Flesh has been applauded for it’s relaxed, effortlessly inclusive attitude to same-sex relationships. With the inclusion of couple Millie and Shelby, the show blends LBGTQIA+ contestants with heterosexual ones. And it doesn’t stop there with the entrance of bisexual Lauren coming into the mix as well. As Digital Spy highlighted, comment in on how other shows haven’t managed to pull this off, ‘”Logistical difficulties” aren’t really a thing for Ten66 Television when it comes to queerness.’

Charlie joins Ten66 Television as Junior Development Researcher

We are happy to welcome Charlie to the team in his position as Junior Researcher. After being an exceptional runner on Love In The Flesh last autumn, he is joining the company on a regular basis as part of the development team.

Olwen joins Ten66 Television as a Digital Trainee

Olwen has joined the Ten66 team as a Digital Trainee, mostly editing assets for social media as well as taster tapes for development. It’s her first job in telly and, (fingers crossed) first of many!

BBC Three is back on TV and so are we with … Love In The Flesh!

Get your tissue boxes ready for this rollercoaster of a dating series with Zara McDermott. 5 couples meet for the first date of a lifetime, having previously only spoken online.  For some it’s been months, others have been speaking online for years. Tune into BBC Three on Wednesday 23rd March at 10pm to find out what happens when they meet in the flesh.

Our first commission for C5 is unveiled ! How to Add 20K to Your Home

We’re especially proud that this show was produced and shot completely remotely during the Coronavirus pandemic and lockdown, using a mixture of archive and interviews, with everyone working from home! A feat of patience and clever thinking!

C5 selects Ten66 Television in BAME indie development partnership

Ben Frow, Channel 5 Director of Programmes, said: “We are passionate about working with hungry, creative and enthusiastic small independents who offer a new perspective, whilst being tuned into our channel and audience needs.

C4 and gal-dem select Ten66 hit show The Black Lesbian handbook alongside Chewing Gum and Desmonds to mark Black History Month

We are absolutely delighted that gal-dem and C4 have chosen The Black Lesbian handbook as one of only 6 ‘seminal’ programmes to curate as part of Black History Month.