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A new dating format with the working title Second Chance is reportedly in development from ITV Studios.

A casting callout reads: "Want to win back your ex? Did you cheat and want a second chance? A major entertainment service is currently seeking singles who want to explore the possibility of rekindling a meaningful relationship."

A source told The Sun: "Exes are big businesses for reality bookers. They not only bring the possibility of romance, they almost always guarantee drama. Viewers have grown tired of the cheesy boy-meets-girl plot lines and exes spice things up...

"There’s a reason Ex On The Beach has lasted 13 seasons for MTV, to date. And All Stars has proven ITV’s Love Island viewers love a messy break-up, as producers continue to pile former squeezes in the villa...

"Second Chance is not yet confirmed to run on ITV but they’ll have first refusal as it’s an ITV Studios project and is being made by the Love Island team at Lifted Entertainment."

More details will be revealed in due course.


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