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'Five Guys A Week' Is Your New Dating Show Obsession

'Five Guys A Week' Is Your New Dating Show Obsession

We're still majorly mourning the loss of Love Is Blind, but luckily for us there's another another quirky, off the wall, totally insane dating show to fill the void.

Get acquainted with Five Guys A Week.

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Channel 4's brand new dating show sees one woman invite five men into her home as live-in boyfriends. All at the same time.

The potential suitors all have the opportunity to win the affections of the woman, battling their competition, who are literally living right under their feet.

The series - called an "antidote to traditional dating shows" - will see the men will go everywhere with their host en-masse, from work to night's out with friends and even dinners with the parents. Talk about getting your five a day, jeez...

The show sees a woman invite five men into her home (Credit: Channel 4)
The show sees a woman invite five men into her home (Credit: Channel 4)
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At the end, the woman must eliminate four of the five men, leaving one standing.

We are LIVING for this format already.

Five Guys A Week begins on Tuesday next week (10th March), where we'll be introduced to 34-year-old Amy, a marketing consultant from St. Albans.

The men will even meet the parents... all together (Credit: Channel 4)
The men will even meet the parents... all together (Credit: Channel 4)

Recently divorced, Amy's looking for an "adventurous new man" and is ready to have a fun group of guys move in with her, despite considering herself a bit of a goody-two-shoes.

Amy will live with surfer dude Trystan, singer-songwriter Scott, stuntman Michael, fraud investigator Christian and government consultant Glenn.

"As much as I'd love to be confident enough to march right up to a guy I fancied in a pub, as a single woman I would go on a night out with my friends and only really chat to guys who approached me," Amy said.

(Credit: Channel 4)
(Credit: Channel 4)

"Essentially it was the guys doing the picking, so it was really empowering to realise the roles had been reversed. I learnt a lot about myself in doing so, and sometimes it wasn't easy, but overall it was a great experience."

*Blocks out all plans.*

Five Guys a week begins at Tuesday 10th March at 9.15pm on Channel 4.

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4

Topics: Entertainment, TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance writer working for Tyla. After graduating with an English Lit and Media degree from the University of Sussex, Ciara held jobs at GLAMOUR and Yahoo Style before packing up for a solo travelling trip around South America.

 

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