The hopeless romantics in search of their soulmate then spend 30 minutes in bed asking a series of personal questions that appear on a large screen in front of them.
The social experiment pairs two strangers together, put them in a room furnished only with a bed and a TV, and gets them to undress each other.
o get the conversation rolling, the couple would get a range of hot topic questions so the singles could rapidly get to know one another.
Questions could include ‘are you a good kisser?’, ‘what issue do you feel strongly about?’ or ‘what was your childhood like?’
To break the ice, the couples are also encouraged to do activities set for them, such as giving a massage or having a pillow fight.
In the trailer of the show, which premiers on SBS on Monday night, the strangers are seen awkwardly laughing as they undress each other.
At the end of the date, each person is given the choice to stay and get to know their counterpart better – or leave.
Described as the ‘most diverse dating show to hit Australian screens’, the series features a diverse range of couples, including same-sex people and diverse singles.
SBS director of television and online content Marshall Heald said the controversial show – that has already been a hit in Italy – was about ‘fun and mischievous’.
Screen time executive producer Jennifer Collins said what she loved most about the series was ‘it’s as equally smart as it is funny and as honest as it is bold and daring.
‘Undressed is sure to resonate with and enthrall a broad spectrum of Australia, especially when it comes time to decide. Yes? or No? You will be surprised!’ she said.