When Is Naked Attraction On And How Can I Watch It?

Naked Attraction is one of the most popular shows on British television – so here is everything you need to know about when it is on.
Credit: Channel 4

Naked Attraction is one of the biggest dating shows on television and each week thousands tune in – so here is everything you need to know about it, from where you can watch it to what time it airs.  

The popular Channel 4 dating show – hosted by Anna Richardson – sees singletons strip down to their birthday suits in the hope that they will meet their future partner.

While the programme has had some controversial moments, it has also created many viral ones since it started airing back in 2016.

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And while Naked Attraction may be super popular and has plenty of fans, not everyone is entirely clear on what channel it’s actually on and what time it’s on the TV. So let’s find out:

Naked Attraction
Naked Attraction is one of the biggest dating shows on television. Credit: Channel 4

When is Naked Attraction on?

The final episode of this season will air on May 10, which is a Wednesday.

Previous seasons have aired episodes weekly, on either Wednesdays or Thursdays.

It typically airs at 9pm.

How can I watch Naked Attraction?

The latest episodes of the risqué dating programme are shown weekly on Channel 4.

You can watch re-runs of old episodes on E4 or you can binge-watch the show on the streaming service All 4.

How many series of Naked Attraction have there been?

Since airing in 2016, there have been 11 seasons of Naked Attraction.

There is yet to be any confirmation if a 12th season will be made.

However, due to its popularity and success, it is possible that there will be another series.

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.