And then, once they finally see what the person they've chosen looks like, each must decide whether they want to keep seeing each other.This series creates a unique -- and, frankly, voyeuristic -- social experiment that allows viewers to experience the awkwardness and vulnerability of dating accompanied by the excitement of watching people (thanks to infrared cameras) interact in a very intimate setting.While being shown in the light, a contestant cannot see the other contestant's reaction.

Parents need to know that this dating series -- in which men and women choose prospective partners without actually seeing what they look like -- has a fair bit of kissing/makingo ut and sexual innuendo (including discussions about looking “sexy” and some brief conversations about prior sexual experience).

The language is generally mild ("hell," "damn"), with occasional stronger profanity (like “s--t”) fully bleeped/blurred. Overall, it’s not the best fit for tweens and younger teens, but older teens should be able to handle it.

A fair bit of kissing/making out (often during the dark-encounter scenes that are viewed via infrared camera) and sexual innuendo.

Some conversations deal with levels of sexual experience. Parents need to know that this dating series -- in which men and women choose prospective partners without actually seeing what they look like -- has a fair bit of kissing/makingo ut and sexual innuendo (including discussions about looking “sexy” and some brief conversations about prior sexual experience).

On the last day, each of the participants will choose a partner based on their previous mutual encounters in the dark.

When the lights finally go on, will looks suddenly play a role?" /Couples must choose whether personality is more important than looks -- and those who choose looks over personality aren't celebrated here.Still, physical attributes are frequently discussed as both a good and bad thing.While there are no grand prizes or eliminations here, it definitely feels like someone has "won" when couples choose to see each other in broad daylight. It is a very entertaining show that I would reccomend.That said, watching people getting rejected is also a little painful. For an Instagram generation, the question is perhaps more interesting than ever, and we’re really excited to be bringing to ITV2.” Cat Lawson, head of entertainment at Twofour and series executive producer said: “The format is truly brilliant.