Couples to try and fix their relationships in new Channel 4 series, Sex Tape

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Channel 4 has commissioned STV Productions to produce Sex Tape - a brand new four-part relationship series in which couples will try to fix their relationships with a dramatic new therapy.
The show’s format has been developed by Armoza Formats - a key player in the international content market - with the original concept conceived by psychologist, marriage therapist and sexuality expert Dr Shelly Varod. 
In each hour-long episode three couples will have their home rigged with cameras to create their very own ‘sex tape’. This will become an unfiltered snapshot of their relationship, showing every aspect from the rows and the make ups to the tender moments and the sex.
The three couples will then meet each other, along with a sex therapist, to reveal to each other their uncensored tapes which capture their reactions, from laughter to tears, to see if they can gain a new perspective on their relationship. Will what they see on the cameras and hear from the sex therapists and other couples change their relationship?
Sex Tape was commissioned by Channel 4 Factual Entertainment Commissioning Editor Becky Cadman and will be produced by STV Productions, with Head of Entertainment Gary Chippington the Executive Producer for the show.
Armoza Formats CEO, Avi Armoza, said: “In the reality of our industry today, everyone needs to go the extra mile in order to attract viewers and bring unique human interest stories to the TV screen. We are thrilled to be working with STV Production and Channel 4 on ‘Sex Tape’ as we strongly believe they are the natural partners to be bringing these stories to life in the UK.”

STV Productions Head of Entertainment Gary Chippington, added: “We’re really excited to have been commissioned by Channel 4 to make such a ground-breaking series. Sex Tape promises to be a perceptive, revealing and surprising social experiment offering a fascinating insight into intimacy.”
Channel 4 Factual Entertainment Commissioning Editor Becky Cadman said: “Sex Tape promises a unique fly on the wall look at relationships as they really happen including the good, the bad and the ugly. It’s an innovative new format that will hopefully help people recapture the romance in their relationship.”

For further information, please contact :

STV PR & Communications Manager Ellen Drummond - 0141 300 3341 / 07803 970 143

Armoza Formats PR : Liat Kessler - 972-3-5408333