"7 Days of Sex" is a reality television series on Lifetime that asks: What do women really want when it comes to sex? As a new generation of women talk openly about sex, marriage and relationships, Lifetime is at the center of this cultural conversation in this series that challenges couples to have sex for one week straight with the hope of saving their marriage.

Bringing to light the major cultural shift women are currently experiencing sexually, each episode of "7 Days of Sex" will feature two couples who attempt to make radical fixes to their troubled relationships by asking the frank question: can a diet of daily sex help them recharge their marriage? Viewers will find out what happens when the program follows the emotional journey wives and husbands take together when they leave the cameras behind the closed door to explore their own sexual intuition, imagination and creativity and have sex with each other for seven consecutive days. Bedroom insecurities will be thrown out the window as each couple alone tries to break away from the confines of their ordinary routines by once again bonding physically, sharing their fantasies, going on dates and doing special things for one another. With the goal to reconnect emotionally and remember why they originally fell in love as their physical intimacy and affection increase throughout the week, they'll have a platform from which to identify and tackle their bigger issues. Does a healthy sex life equal a healthy marriage? Will daily sex become a chore? Or will it be the glue that holds them together and be the long-lost key to newfound happiness in their lives? What each couple discovers along the way may make or break their relationship.

"7 Days of Sex" is produced by Shed Media US (America's "Supernanny") and executive produced by Nick Emmerson, Jennifer O'Connell, Dan Peirson, Elizabeth Cook, David Van Taylor and Ali Pomeroy with Lifetime's Rob Sharenow, Gena McCarthy and Colleen Conway.

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Network: Lifetime
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: April 26, 2012
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Shed Media US

Lifetime Tells Couples to Have '7 Days of Sex' — Premiering Thursday, April 26, the new reality series challenges couples to have sex for one week straight with the hope of saving their marriage. Read more...

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