This is it, guys. We have officially reached peak reality TV.
After this, absolutely nothing was off-bounds, even Australia jumped on the band wagon. From Master Chef and My Kitchen Rules to The Bachelor, we thought we reached our peak with Seven Year Switch. But no.
The first episode of Kiss Bang Love premiers tonight and it has already stirred up some unwanted controversy.
The series begins on Channel 7 at 8:45pm and the premise goes a little like this: the primary contestant will be blindfolded and proceed to kiss 12 other blindfolded strangers. From there, they will chose five they want to kiss again and so on.
And fans aren't happy.
One Facebook user posted to Kiss Bang Love's official page writing,
Another said, "The worst show on TV, for f*cks sake, get a life you people."
Not ones to miss out on some online bashing, Twitter users also jumped in on the abuse.
Hot take: 'Kiss Bang Love' is AWFUL.
— Matthew (@mattworboys) May 23, 2016
Kiss Bang Love, don't think I will worry about watching that crap. — Christine McDonald (@Clubby_R8) May 23, 2016
Yeahh no.. Dont think ill be interested in kiss bang love #SevenYearSwitch
— mamzbaybee♡ (@mamzz92) May 23, 2016
Omg that new show on channel 7 Kiss bang love looks so stupid — Monique (@moniquen97) May 23, 2016
I love #SevenYearSwitch but this new 'Kiss bang love' what the?
What next a bloody blind folded root in a cupboard or something? bit sick
— Ben (@thecattery) May 23, 2016
Contestant, Narrabeen fireman, Josh Poate, has hit back at the hate telling News Local, “Everyone’s entitled to their opinion, but we chose to go on it. We weren’t made to do it."
“I thought it would be a bit of fun. I thought what’s the worst that can happen?”
The 26-year-old said he was initially nervous about kissing on-screen.
“It was good. She was a great kisser," Poate told News Local of kissing contestant Lisa.
“You are relying on touch, feeling and how you engage with your lips.”
If an hour of watching people kiss is something you want to spend your time doing you can catch Kiss Bang Love, tonight on Channel 7 at 8.45pm.
We'll see you there.
*Feature image via Facebook/Channel 7.