EXCLUSIVE: OUTtv is about to start Looking for a third party with reality TV star Tiffany ‘New York’ Pollard.

The LGBTQ+ network has ordered the eight-part dating competition series, which is from Daddy TV, the production team behind the Stormy Daniels series For the love of DILFs. Production will begin next summer and is expected to launch in late 2024 on OUTtv.

Set in a modern villa Looking for a third party will feature a gay couple and a lesbian couple, each looking for a third partner to grow their relationship among a group of singles.

Pollard, a seminal figure in black reality television, will host and executive produce. She was first seen in Flavor of Love in 2006 on VH1 before launching its own spin-off, I love New York. She also made a popular appearance on Big Brother in the UK, where he was at the center of an iconic moment in which he mistakenly told housemates that David Gest had died.

“I am thrilled to return to the dating genre as host and executive producer,” she said. “Partnering with OUTtv is always a joy because it is an honor to be able to tell incredible queer stories. I know this show will be silly, romantic and full of love.”

Philip Webb, COO of OUTtv, added: “We are thrilled to be working with Tiffany Pollard on this adventurous new dating series. It’s not uncommon for couples to consider adding a third person to their relationship and Looking for a third party will provide an eye-opening look at what happens when couples decide to take this step. OUTtv aims to showcase all facets of the queer experience by commissioning shows in the dating genre that are authentic and fun – Looking for a third party promises to deliver on all fronts.”

For the love of DILFs with Stormy Daniels, which became the network’s most-streamed original. This series follows two groups of gay men, also known as Daddies and Himbos, as they compete to find love and earn a $10,000 investment in their relationship.


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