The data show that allows you an affair: Channel Seven & # 39; s The Super Switch encourages unfaithful couples to swap & # 39; beds & # 39;
With Married At First Sight done and dusted, another social experiment quickly comes to the horizon: The Super Switch from Channel Seven.
The reality show, which is described as a & # 39; super large version & # 39; from Year Switch, follows six dysfunctional couples as they try to get their relationships back on track by swapping & # 39; partners & # 39 ;.
But the program psychologist, Jacqui Manning, says that, unlike MAFS, things in the process will be actively encouraged.
& # 39; I think that's always a risk, right? & # 39 ;: The Super Switch & # 39; expert & # 39; of Channel Seven supports the mandatory rule that participants must change & # 39; beds & # 39; … because the show is shaken by an & # 39; inappropriate & # 39; moving & # 39; scandal
& # 39; I suspect (cheating) is always a risk, right? But if someone were to follow that path, I think the danger would have always been there, & # 39; Jacqui said News.com.au on Friday.
& # 39; I think many of the couples have discussed their feelings about this and what their limits were … what someone is cheating on. & # 39;
Jacqui added that all couples in the experiment define infidelity differently, with some even considering kissing or flirtatious texts as cheating.
Controversial: Although a few are cited to be involved in an & # 39; inappropriate touch & # 39; in bed, show psychiatrist Jacqui Manning (photo) believes that mandatory bed changes should not scare off unhappy couples.
& # 39; Everyone has their own dealbreakers in a relationship and I think that if your partner is going to challenge them, they would do it inside or outside the experiment, & # 39; she added.
Trailers for The Super Switch have already teased that the show will be startled by a false scandal involving one of the experimental couples.
With the show's promising betrayal, punch-ups and breakdowns, comparisons with Married At First Sight are inevitable.
& # 39; Controversial & # 39 ;: Channel Seven already bills the Super Switch as & # 39; the most controversial experiment in Australia & # 39 ;, where couples live together in a mansion and take part in dramatic MAFS-style dinners
Scandal: promotions for the show have already bullied that the show will be rocked by an X-rated cheating scandal between a switched couple
But while Jacqui acknowledges that there may be similarities between the two shows, she promises that The Super Switch is sufficiently unique.
Meanwhile, Channel Seven pays the show as & # 39; the most controversial experiment in Australia & # 39 ;, making it sound like MAFS on steroids.
The Super Switch will premiere at 07:30 on Tuesday June 11 on Channel Seven
X-rated! In another scene, a male cast member removes his towel as he enters a bedroom – revealing his bare buttocks before the camera cuts away
What is going on here? Two couples land in a different scene from the trailer
Drama: a participant is seen crying in one of the many promotions currently circulating for the most controversial experiment in Australia.
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