In The Love Triangle, the American comic will invite participants to "throuple up" over a series of rounds in which the trio try to learn more about each other, before making a decision as to whether to "three or not to three".
"And I'm so excited to do anything with Bimini Bon Boulash. There are so many different angles to explore in a Love Triangle. I can't wait to go on that journey with the guests on our show."
Quoting research that states that over a quarter of 18-24-year-olds would like to try a polyamorous relationship, the show pledges to help them matchmake. Channel 4's existing dating show Naked Attraction, in which contestants try to find a soul mate based on their naked physique, featured its first polyamorous couple seeking a third partner in June.
The Love Triangle was commissioned for E4 by entertainment commissioning editor Steve Handley, head of entertainment and events Phil Harris and Karl Warner. The executive producers are Tom O'Brien and Anna Meadows and the series producer Nykki Parker.
Appearing in the twelfth series of Taskmaster on Channel 4 next month, London-based American comic and playwright Burch, a bisexual, narrates Netflix's reality dating game show Too Hot To Handle and has called for a broader representation of sexuality on the show.
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