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Peacock's Dating Reality Series 'Love For The Ages' To Explore 'Age-Gap' Romance

The newest steamy romance reality show called "Love For The Ages" is coming to Peacock this December. 

By Ethan Absler
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Every relationship has its ups and downs. But in Peacock's new upcoming reality series “Love For The Ages,” three married couples will put their relationships to the test of time. Premiering on Dec. 15, "Love For The Ages" is looking to help three married couples reignite the fading sparks in their relationship through an interesting experiment: Let both members of the couple date other people for a month.

The catch? The people they date are way younger.

According to the official press release, the sure-to-be emotional show will take place in Los Angeles and features “three middle-aged LA-tino couples, all at a personal and emotional crossroads in their marriages. What will they do with the chance to turn back time and swap their current spouses for much younger partners for a month of real-life change?"

Described as a "powerful social and psychological experiment sparked by the current trend of ‘age-gap’ couples, audiences will share in the discovery as to whether the original couples opt to remain together, for better or worse, or dare to embark on a new life alone or with a sexy new partner.”

The show’s official trailer, which can be viewed below, highlights some of the expected and wholly unexpected drama that unfolds as a result of the experiment. And as if having your partner be with someone else wasn’t hard enough already, all contestants will be living under the same roof for the month!

The eight-episode series will drop in two parts with the first four being released on Dec. 15 and the second four on Dec. 22. Each episode is one hour long and will be hosted by singer, TV personality, and actress Adrienne Bailon.

The team behind the show is also responsible for hit shows such as “Love Is Blind,” “Wife Swap” and “Married At First Sight," so audiences are sure to be in for a heart-stopping time with "Love For The Ages" when it premieres exclusively on Peacock.

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