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Tiffany “New York” Pollard is back bringing love to reality TV!
LGBTQ+ network OUTtv has ordered an eight-part dating competition series called Looking For a Third in which Pollard will host a show as a gay couple and lesbian couple each look for a third partner to add to their relationship.
The series will see each couple living in a modern villa and meeting a group of singles from which they’ll choose a new, third partner.
The show comes from Daddy TV, the producing team behind For The Love of DILFs, hosted by Stormy Daniels. That show, which had two groups of gay men, Daddies and Himbos competing to find love and win $10,000, is OUTtv’s most-streamed original show.
“We are excited to be working with Tiffany Pollard on this adventurous new dating series,” said Philip Webb, COO of OUTtv. “It is not uncommon for couples to consider adding a third person to their relationship and Looking for a Third will provide a revealing look at what happens when couples decide to take that step. OUTtv aims to show all facets of the queer experience by commissioning shows in the dating genre which are both authentic and fun — Looking for a Third promises to deliver on all fronts.”
“I’m thrilled to be returning to the dating genre as both a host and executive producer,” Pollard, who has starred in other reality love shows like Flavor of Love and I Love New York, said. “Partnering with OUTtv is always such a joy because it’s my honor to get to tell incredible queer stories. I know this show is going to be silly, romantic, and filled with so much love.”
Production on the show will begin next summer and the show is slated for a late 2024 release.
Back in 2016, Pollard was set to host another queer dating show called The Ex. That show would see two exes appearing each episode to vie for the attention of three contestants “in the hopes of finding new love after heartache.”
A preview for The Ex was released, showing clips of dates, swimming pool hookups, nude frolicking, and Pollard’s signature sense of humor. However, no release date or network was ever announced and the show was never released. Now, we’ll finally get to see Pollard hosting a gay dating show like we’ve been wanting to for almost eight years.