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TLC preps “Sex in Public”

U.S. net TLC will next month premiere Sex in Public, a hidden camera series documenting therapist Jill Dictrow's (pictured) attempts to assist unassuming passersby with their sex and relationship difficulties.
September 11, 2015

U.S. net TLC will next month premiere Sex in Public, a hidden camera series documenting therapist Jill Dictrow’s attempts to assist unassuming passersby with their sex and relationship difficulties.

The Barracuda Television Productions series follows an undercover Dictrow (pictured), who has a Master’s in psychology with a specialty in sex and intimacy, as she takes to such┬ápublic spaces as parks and open-houses across America┬áto offer advice to people too shy, nervous, scared or embarrassed to speak openly about their sexual, dating and emotional issues.

In the debut of the six-episode series, Dictrow descends upon two friends at a mall too reluctant to reveal their true feelings for one another; in a bridal shop, the counselor assists a bride-to-be acknowledge her problematic relationship; cuts the tension between two enamored roommates; and aids a group of friends to best navigate their sexual appetites while overcoming relationship hurdles.

TLC will launch Sex in Public on October 2 at 10 p.m. EST/PST.

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