A new TV reality show exposes a veritable Peyton Place in one conservative Warren County community.
A&E’s “Neighbors with Benefits” follows several local married couples who engage in extramarital relationships as they go about their regular lives as parents, professionals, soccer moms and little league coaches.
Couples starring in the nine, one-hour episodes include Tony and Diana, who serve as leaders for the swingers movement in their neighborhood; Brittany and Cody, who struggle with playing by the rules within the lifestyle; longtime swingers Lori and Eric, who fear the judgment of others; Vince and Penny, swinger newcomers who balance pressure by couples both for and against swinging and Mark and Amy, a monogamous couple who feel their friends Tony and Diana are always on the prowl for new recruits.
The series premieres at 10 p.m. March 22.
Watch the full trailer here.
*Furiously searches for the TV remote*
*Immediately records every episode of Neighbors With Benefits*
1.) Does everyone in Mason know about this? Like let’s pretend I’m a father of two and I’m looking for a nice four bedroom in a cozy suburb just north of Cincinnati. Is the realtor gonna be like, “and here’s the backyard. As you can see, there’s a nice koi pond and, oh look, there’s the Millers. You might know them best for being world renowned swingers. Big deal around here, those swingers.” I feel like knowing whether or not your next door neighbors are big into bdsm sex parties may or may not be a deal breaker for some folks. You don’t want to be that weird family that moves in down the street and doesn’t fit in with everyone.
2.) Everybody say a prayer that Neighbors With Benefits is the real deal and isn’t just another fake reality show trying to get in on the mix. Yesterday, we found that even Pimp My ride was all a big phony and I think a part of me died on the inside. In a weird sort of fucked up way, my heart would actually be at ease knowing that there are really people out there that are playing with their neighbor’s buttholes while the kids are away at lacrosse camp.
I guess I’ll have to get this House Of Cards season 3 binge over and done with pretty quick, because from here on out, it’s all Neighbors With Benefits all the time.