A TV reality show that has generated its share of controversy will be back for a third season. VH1 announced today that it has greenlighted season three of “Dating Naked.”
The announcement comes as the cable channel is promoting the upcoming season two finale, set to air this Wednesday. The series is hosted by Amy Paffrath.
Season two, “Dating Naked: Playing For Keeps,” “features two primary daters, Kerri and Chris, in their search for love on a tropical island paradise,” the network notes in its announcement. “Each week, 2 new men and 2 new women arrive on the island to strip down for a shot at igniting a spark with our primary daters.”
The announcement adds: “Now, it’s the season finale, and tension is at its peak. It’s been an emotional journey, and it’s time for Kerri and Chris to make some tough choices and decide who has captured their hearts. Will it be one of their daters — or have they fallen for each other? Their decisions will shock everyone as their final choices are revealed.”
The show’s second season has improved its time period in the key 18-49 demo by triple digits, up 133% from year-ago levels, VH1 notes.
“Dating Naked” is created and produced by Lighthearted Entertainment. Executive producers are Rob LaPlante and Jeff Spangler. Executive Producers for VH1 are Susan Levison, Jill Holmes, Kristen Kelly and Tricia Biggio.