Reality show seeks confused North Dakota couple
Couples at a crossroads might be able to find their answer—in front a national television audience.
The 2001 reality show Temptation Island is getting a reboot, and they're searching for a North Dakota couple to go on an all-expenses-paid tropical vacation with a twist. Couples on Temptation Island will be separated for four weeks, each dating a pool of single people to see if their current partner is really their true blue, according to a news release from the show's casting agency.
The show is looking for committed couples over age 21 who are not married or engaged. They are casting through the end of July, and filming will take place in September, according to the release. All couples will be paid for their participation.
If you're tempted, apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with you and your partner's name, age, occupation, location, length of relationship, a recent photo of you both and why you think you're right for the show.