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Bravo Media is exposing the naked truth behind modern-day America’s obsession with material belongings, from technology to other creature comforts, with a new series, Stripped.

stripped 11 nov 2017The show follows a variety of households, including married couples, partners, siblings, friends, single parents and bachelors, all of whom have their own reasons for exploring what will happen, both physically and psychologically, when they are 'stripped' of all their possessions.

Over the course of eight self-contained episodes, each highlighting a unique household, participants are willingly stripped of all physical belongings for 21 days. Renouncing every piece of their clothing, furniture, money, hygiene and beauty products, and all electronic devices, they embark on a journey of self-discovery that will ultimately reveal the core of who they are and what they really need.

It’s not a competition and there is no prize on the line, but every day is a challenge when they are each allowed to take back one item of their choice, reflecting in the rawest possible terms their priorities and values.