An Are You The One contestant came forward saying she was sexually assaulted on set and production covered it up, prompting MTV to shut down production on the current season of AYTO, which they also had to do after a Challenge season 37 contestant tested positive.
MTV's reality dating competition series challenges single people to find their perfect match among the other contestants for a chance to win $1 million.
MTV’s groundbreaking and joyously queer season of AYTO has been low-rated. Will that lead MTV to follow in the fearful footsteps of The Bachelor franchise?
In this edition of The Confessional, Rebecca Siegel considers how the groundbreaking new season of MTV’s Are You The One?’s was initially advertised: by focusing on sex, not identity.
This is AYTO season 8, but it’s “the first sexually fluid reality dating competition show in the United States,” as MTV said.
AYTO’s producers want the “usual hot singles” but also “sexually fluid individuals,” and twins.
Are You the One? is taking dating choices away from the contestants. Relationship success is sure to follow.
MTV announced a change in hosts for AYTO season six, plus the cast of 22 people who will try to find their match when Are You the One returns.