A brand new bingeable show is coming to Discovery+.
From the creative team that brought you 90 Day Fiancé comes the next reality television show Love Off The Grid, set to premiere on the streaming platform on Sunday, January 30.
The show follows the strength of four couples' relationships and how they will be tested when one of them lives in the modern world and the other chooses to live off the land.
For the first time, these pairs will cohabitate together in complete isolation to see if they can make it work in the wild. Will the great outdoors bring these relationships closer together? Or will tensions bubble over as their vast differences keep them apart?
In an exclusive clip of the series premiere, Josh (who lives in the modern world) and Angela (who lives remote) deal with how to keep themselves clean with limited water supply, using buckets and cups to haul water and bathe themselves with the amount they gathered.
"It's really important to conserve water on the ranch because the more water I have to haul, the more gas I have to use and the more wear and tear on my truck," simple life loving Angela explains. "So we try not to use the water."
"It's important that Josh understands how to take a shower effectively on a limited amount of water," she says as Josh douses himself in their limited supply.
Besides Josh, the other people on the show who live in the twentieth century realm include Jen, Myesha, Lyndsay, who according to the press release: "enjoy the modern luxuries of living in a city, like going to the spa, having drinks with friends and getting pedicures as well as everyday necessities like indoor plumbing and air conditioning, but they are willing to leave their lives behind for a chance at love with their off the grid partner."
Their respective partners — Angela, Charlie, Joseph and Spence — live a more laid back life, as they "left civilization years ago and have built a new life in unforgiving landscapes – mountains and deserts. Living off the land, they hunt, trap, fish and forage for their food."