In true reality television style, I’ll be giving each show a score based on two metrics: the amount of queer content, and to what degree that content will leave you silently begging it to end.
‘s host, Paddy Mc Guinness, has said he’d like to see a gay edition of the show, but that was over two years now and we’re yet to see any sign it might actually happen.
However, I can guarantee you that it’s the most comprehensive review of the relative queerness of British dating shows you’re going to read this week.
Unfortunately, once you look past all the genitals, things start to take a turn for the worst.
Why is it that the dating show with the most commitment to queer representation is the one designed to garner outraged headlines?
Last Updated: September 5th As great as the scripted TV available on Netflix Instant is, sometimes you just want something that requires a little less thinking. Reality TV might once have largely focused on groups of people simply trying to live together (, etc.), but the genre has branched out in all sorts of directions over the last two decades.
Maybe after a day of work you just want to watch a show about people at work. So, sit back in your recliner, kick off your shoes and immerse yourself in the variety of the best reality shows on Netflix right now.
Why do the strange educational cut-aways have such a terrible understanding of sex and gender?