BBC Three explores digital dating in the new series Love In The Flesh.
Presented by Zara McDermott, the eight-part series will follow real life potential couples who have already matched through dating apps or social media but are yet to meet face to face.
The potential couples are taken away from their screens and the pressures of daily life to see if they can find love in the flesh.
Some of the couples have been talking for weeks, some years, but they have only interacted through apps, stories and DMs.
Personal reasons and factors such as location have prevented these wannabe couples from meeting in person.
They will be whisked away to a beach house to see if they have a real-life spark and could take the relationship back into the real world.
As the couples test their online chemistry with real world connections, some will decide to split and form new relationships and others will go strength to strength.
Each couple will take on a series of challenges to explore different sides of their relationship and learn more about each other.
McDermott will help guide the couples and act as a confidante, while exploring wider dating themes and the benefits and pitfalls of online dating.
Zara McDermott commented: “Making Love In The Flesh was an incredible experience and being able to present this show is an absolute dream come true for me. It truly reflects the current dating climate for young people that are living in a digital age and constantly glued to screens.
“This show is about interrogating how far online chemistry can go without that in-person connection - someone could be hugely flirty and forward online, but when you meet them, they could be super shy and quiet!
“I’m really glad to be part of a series that tells some amazing stories and gives our couples the chance to take the plunge with relationships that otherwise may never have come to existence. I'm sure the audience will connect with many of the stories in the same way that I did.”