New A&E Series Neighbors with Benefits Examines the Reality of Swingers in Suburbia
Neighbors follows multiple married couples as they court prospective partners
A&E has an important message for you: Soccer moms can be swingers, too!
Following Fifty Shades of Grey, there couldn’t be a better time for a new reality series to present yet another alternative view of relationships and sexuality.
A&E has just announced the premiere of its new series Neighbors with Benefits, which follows multiple married couples living the swinger lifestyle in an average suburban community in Ohio.
The couples will be shown spicing up their sex lives by courting prospective partners and interacting with their like-minded friends.
In the premiere, we’ll meet Tony and Diana, who act as the de facto leaders of the movement in their neighborhood.
The hour-long, nine-episode series will also examine the pitfalls that the lifestyle creates for some of the couples, including Brittany and Cody, who are having trouble playing by the rules. Meanwhile, fellow swingers Lori and Eric feel it’s the best way to live their lives to the fullest – though they fear judgment from the outside world.
Neighbors with Benefits premieres March 22 at 10 p.m. ET on A&E.