Sexy Beasts: Everything you need to know about Netflix’s new bizarre dating show

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Sexy Beasts – the newest dating show – is set to be released on Netflix on July 21, which will see singletons dressed up in animal-themed disguise.

The premise of the show is to judge their date for their personality rather than their looks.

The show's description reads: "Hoping to say goodbye to superficial dating, real-life singles sport elaborate makeup and prosthetics to put true blind-date chemistry to the test."

It also said: "Using fantastical, cutting edge prosthetics to transform the daters (it gives) them a chance to find love purely based on personality!”

Sexy Beasts first came onto the scene for a British BBC series back in 2014, but its new style format will be taking place in both the UK and the US after filming the programme late last year.

Netflix announced the new show with the trailer on Twitter as they wrote: "No, you're not hallucinating.

"SEXY BEASTS is a new dating show that uses cutting edge prosthetics to put true blind-date chemistry to the test.

"On Netflix, 21 July."

In the clip, fans see a sneak peek of how the dating show will work, with two stars dressed as a bull and a panda as they began their dinner date.

It wasn't long until many viewers waded in with their thoughts as one commented: "You cancel decent programmes and churn out this s***e!"

"The Masked Singer, The Masked Dancer, now this," another shared.

"Was there a sale on theatrical masks a few months ago?"

A third joked: "this looks horrific I’m going to watch it 5 times," to which another replied: " Same! Pass the popcorn."

However, one unimpressed fan stressed: "Shows like The Last Kingdom, Altered Carbon, The Dark Crystal, Marco Polo, The Irregulars, Santa Clarita Diet, etc.. all cancelled.

“And then you produce this horse s**t Netflix?

"Wait I'm being too kind, horse s**t is an understatement.”

One fan added: "I'm not sure how I feel about this."

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