As a country, we really have reality TV down to a T. There is no idea too crazy when it comes down to it, in fact, the more outlandish the better.
But the latest show is probably the craziest yet. The trailer is absolutely insane …
Everyone loves a bit of reality tv.
And we love every minute of it.
And there’s no better time to grab the popcorn and dig in than during lockdown.
Mainly for its very strange premise.
And since it hit screens, reactions have been extremely strong, and it’s not hard to see why…
… of impregnating forty-one-year-old Kristy Katzmann.
Yep, we’re just as confused as you are.
Because that’s how real life works, right?
“Labor of Love is a dating show where the prize is a real life flesh-and-blood baby.”
“It’s a mating show, not a dating show. Love, as we’re told, is optional.”
What we can tell of Kristy is that she is recently divorced and does very well for herself professionally.
The fifteen contestants have been described as: “a couple of people who appear engaged with her and the process, and several more who vaguely want to be on TV, get free drinks, and see where the camera time takes them.”
The show also brings on the parents of the men in hopes that they can sell their sons to Kirsty and the increasingly confused audience.
“Appearances by the competitors’ own parents explaining how good these men would be at fatherhood are more notable for the simple curiosity factor than for any sort of real imparting of information.”
“One of my biggest fears going in was wondering if there are actually men out there who are ready for this.”
“By putting them through the whole sperm analysis the moment we met them.”
Many people shamefully admitted that they are loving it.
It’s definitely a big factor.
Are we surprised? Nope.
Labor Of Love is available on FOX.
Looking for something else to binge? Scroll on for everything coming to Netflix this month…