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Discovery+ sets premiere date for “Good Sex”

Discovery+ has announced a new relationship advice series set to premiere on August 19. Produced for Discovery+ by Karga Seven Pictures, Good Sex follows five couples facing challenges in the bedroom, who ...
July 15, 2022

Discovery+ has announced a new relationship advice series set to premiere on August 19.

Produced for Discovery+ by Karga Seven Pictures, Good Sex follows five couples facing challenges in the bedroom, who work with sex coach Caitlin V. (pictured) to transform their sex lives. The issues faced by the couples in the series include erectile dysfunction, mismatched libidos, and new parents who have lost their sex drive.

The coach will place cameras in the couples’ bedrooms and review the tapes in session with her clients, with the goal of helping them gain more confidence and feel closer and more connected to each other. Some couples are given tasks like taking on an erotic persona or swapping roles as the initiator.

“We are thrilled to have Caitlin V. and her revolutionary expertise in Good Sex as part of the Discovery+ lineup. She has a true sense of purpose and is invested in creating a positive impact on the lives of each person who walks through her door,” said TLC Streaming and Network Originals president Howard Lee. “Her all-in, unabashed approach leaves a takeaway for viewers who are open-minded to learn something new.”

Jason Wolf serves as an executive producer on the series for Karga, along with Amy Doyle for TLC.

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