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Netflix has released the trailer for brand new dating series Sexy Beasts – but it appears fans have been left divided over it.
The bizarre teaser video landed on their Twitter page today and it has already caused a storm on the social media site amongst baffled fans.
Sexy Beasts brings a whole new concept to blind dating, as eager singletons enjoy going on a series of dates, but in a shocking twist, the daters are hiding their identity underneath realistic animal prosthetics.
"Welcome to the strangest blind date ever," a voice says over the trailer. "Could you fall in love with someone based on personality alone?"
Sexy Beasts brings a whole new concept to blind dating
The video clip goes on to tease scenes from the new series, with glimpses at some of the contestants going on normal dates, including bowling, but their faces are hidden behind the cutting-edge prosthetics.
The cast includes a shark, devil, scarecrow, mouse and panda – as well as many more incredible animals.
One of the singletons can be heard saying: "You're the best-looking devil I've ever seen," before she laughs back: "This is really weird right now."
Another contestant asked: "What if I pick you and I'm not what you expect underneath?"
Singletons transform themselves with cutting-edge prosthetics
The daters range from a shark to a mouse
The reality show is set to air on July 21 – so fans still have a while to wait to watch the drama unfold – but that didn't stop them from sharing their thoughts on Twitter.
One person shared: "You cancel decent programmes and churn out this s***e!"
"WHAT THE F**K," another shocked fan added.
It is set to divide fans after they went wild on Twitter
But others argued that they would be watching the mysterious dating show.
"That's… so f***ing strange BUT also a good idea??? Kind of??? I low-key definitely want to watch it haha," a fan wrote.
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A second penned: "This looks horrific I'm going to watch it 5 times."
And a third commented: "Same! Pass the popcorn."
It appears Netflix have taken inspiration from BBC Three's original version of Sexy Beasts, which ran for one series.
*Sexy Beasts comes to Netflix on July 21.
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