BBC Three slammed for launching 'another daft excuse for a dating show'

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BBC Three has been slammed for utilizing licence payers' wealth to marque 'another uninteresting world programme' aft the premiere of their 'daft' flagship dating amusement 'Love successful the Flesh' this week 

The channel, which targets viewers aged 15-35, was moved to an online-only offering connected iPlayer successful February 2016 successful a bid to prevention £30million a year, with the fund redistributed to money dramas connected BBC One. 

But it returned to TV screens again past period - showing a premix of world shows and competitions, including its latest offering which sees 5 online couples conscionable successful the existent beingness for the archetypal time. 

The programme, which sees 5 couples who person lone spoken online spend 1 week unneurotic successful a luxury Greek formation house, received antagonistic reviews from immoderate viewers. 

Many called the amusement a 'knock disconnected Love Island', portion others felt suspicious of the information that each the online 'couples' who had ne'er met successful existent life, 'happen to look similar hired models'. 

'Is this what pensioners got forced to wage a TV licence for the BBC to make. Another uninteresting world show. #LoveInTheFlesh', wrote 1 viewer. 

Legal adjunct Hannah, 24, from Huddersfield, appeared connected 'Love successful the Flesh' to conscionable online fellow Brandon 

NHS idiosyncratic Shelby, 24, appeared connected the amusement wherever she met influencer Millie, 23, from London, for the archetypal clip 10 months aft connecting online 

Legal adjunct Hannah, 24, from Huddersfield, started speaking online with 23-year-old pupil Brandon, from Sheffield aft connecting connected a dating app six months earlier the show

Another said: 'Love successful the Flesh is different daft excuse for a dating amusement isn't it. People that person lone ever spoken connected the net and yet they each hap to look ...

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