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Peacock orders Pride And Prejudice-style dating show

Matthew Macfadyen and Kiera Nightley at the premiere of Pride And Prejudice in 2005

Matthew Macfadyen and Kiera Nightley at the premiere of Pride and Prejudice in 2005
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In the era of dating apps and salacious reality dating like shows Love the island and Too hot to handle, it’s time for someone to take the old school – it’s time for us threw it back to the days of courtship and corsets. Peacock is ready for just that. Streameren has commissioned the first season of a new reality show, called Pride and Prejudice: An Experiment in Romance, inspired by Jane Austen’s romantic tale. It’s true, a lucky heroine will be inhabited by a group of Mr. Darcys –hopefully less reserved and judgmental Mr. Darcys who are open to dancing, even if their partner is hardly tolerated.

According to Variety, a lady and a group of her potential dukes living in a castle inin the countryside in search of their adventurous end. They will go on carriage and boat trips on the lake, participate in archery, and pen handwritten letters to each other. There are better plenty of afternoon picnics and walks through the promenade. After all this cure and slowlythe pace of romance, the heroine will choose her a true love.

The fantastic race, Do itand America’s next top model producer Anthony Dominici will produce the series with Sharon Levy (Lego Masters), DJ Nurre (My cat from hell), Michael Heyerman (Toddlers and tiaras) and Susy Price (Circles).

It’s possible the most scandalous exhibition of love to appear on the show will be hand holding or kiss on the cheek – uunless the era of this regent reality show wants to lean more into the unshakable horniness of Bridgerton. However, all of us by is that nothing expresses more chemistry and sexual excitement than that iconic hand flex scene and Kiera Knightleys Pride and Prejudice (2005). Now the real question is, will the participants in the show don period-appropriate clothes throughout the experience? We imagine Alexandra Byrne’s Oscar-winning costume in the regent set Emma (2020).

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