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Its French producers We Make said it has brought together "scientifically-matched singles" to ask the essential question, "Could making love make you fall in love?
" They billed the show -- which is being sold at MIPCOM -- as "a ground-breaking experiment into how humans fall in love.
They then meet on the dance floor to see if it will be "love at first dance" -- with contestants banned from talking or whispering sweet nothings in each other's ears.
It is one of a huge wave of dance-based shows which are about to flood the small screen, Mouseler said.
Analyst Virginia Mouseler of The Wit database said the new age of dating was not for prudes.
Once upon a time in a more coy era people made an effort to get to know each other -- perhaps learning each other's names -- before hopping into bed together.
But for the swipe-right generation raised on dating apps like Tinder that is so last century, television executives believe.
The BBC's takes the idea a step further by having people work with dancers and choreographers to create their own dance piece "to express to their loved ones what they cannot say in words." The first series includes a tribute by a survivor of the Paris terrorist attacks to the firefighter who helped save her, and a man apologizing to his children for working too much and not being there for them.
But the most moving of all the new formats at Cannes is a British show called , where people with terminal illness leave hologram messages for their children and partners to say all the things they could not when they were alive.