Channel 4s sexiest ever show set to show people having their first threesome

Channel 4 is gearing up to air its sauciest ever show as bosses have given the green light for a documentary about threesomes.

A sexual encounter with two other people is the nation’s number-one fantasy, research has shown.

Now Channel 4 is set to show viewers how to have a three-way session with the racy new show as they battle against being privatised by the government.

Produced by company Lion TV, the X-rated documentary reportedly has a working title of My First Threesome and is due to air later this year.

A Channel 4 source said to the Mirror: "It’s a one-off brand new documentary that will provide an open and honest platform for these discussions exploring sexuality, consent and boundaries to create healthy ways to bring fantasy to reality."

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Channel 4 has a long history of shows that explore attitudes to sex.

Dating show Naked Attraction, in which people choose a date based on how potential partners look without clothes on, has been broadcast for five series since 2016.

The show has seen a number of couples go on to find love by stripping off naked before their dates, with 2017 couple Gemma and James confirming they're still together now after Gemma chose him.

They revealed to OK! that marriage is definitely on the csards between them, with Gemma saying: "We’re hoping to move in together next year and marry one day.

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"It may seem mad that I saw my boyfriend naked before I knew anything about him, but it worked and we’re so happy.

"It’s good to see each other naked first — you don’t have to worry later on about whether they’ll fancy you."

The show, presented by Anna Richardson, followed Sex Box, in which couples had sex in a box in the studio, then emerged to discuss their erotic experiences.

News of C4’s My First Threesome comes as Channel 5 cleans up its act by signing up a raft of BBC stars including Nick Knowles and Jay Blades to present its shows.

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