MTV has ordered a new docu-soap series following a group of virgins aged 18-25.
The currently untitled show will follow several abstinent people who are all 'plagued with the overwhelming question of keeping their virginity…or losing it,' reports Entertainment Weekly.
But whatever they decide to do, no actual sex will be filmed.
The 12 episode reality show will track their love lives, their parents and how they handle peer pressure from their less-than-abstinent friends.
The weekly, hour-long series will be produced by Endemol USA and is a departure from MTV's usual shows like Jersey Shore or The Hills and will include messages from their award-winning 'It's Your (Sex) Life' campaign, which aims to empower young people to make informed decisions about sex.
This marks round two of trying to get a documentary like this off the ground at MTV as last year, a different project called 'My First' following a group of teens on the verge of losing their virginity was canned after causing too much controversy online.
In this version, it is not set whether the cast will or will not decide to hand over their v plates – but either way it is sure to generate some debate.
Will you be watching?
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