Myx TV Greenlights Hidden-Face Dating Series 'Bagged' (Exclusive)

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The Asian-American entertainment network also has acquired the latest season of modeling competition "Supermodelme: Femme Fatale"

Myx TV, an English-language multicultural Asian-American entertainment network, has greenlighted a new dating series in which contestants' heads are covered with masks.

Bagged, an original series that premieres at 8 p.m. Aug. 21, aims to "determine if looks or personality reign supreme" when it comes to dating.

The premise finds three contestants vie for one dater's affection. The competitors heads' are covered for the duration of the dates and only exposed at the end, when the winner is chosen. Viewers will then get to see if their looks match their personalities and how much looks really matter.

Each episode features diverse daters and contestants of varying races and sexual orientations. The show was shot in and around Los Angeles.

“In today's world where appearances are so valued and judged, we think Bagged is a refreshing take on dating," said Miguel Santos, general manager at Myx TV. "Bagged is entertaining, sexy and provocative — just like the dating lives of many of our viewers."

Watch a preview below.

In addition, Myx TV recently acquired the newest season of the reality modeling show Supermodelme: Femme Fatale, which will premiere at 8 p.m. Sept. 23.

The reality show features 12 aspiring models of Asian heritage paired against one another to launch a career in the fashion industry. Filmed in Hong Kong, this season’s judges are stylist Kim Robinson, supermodel Lisa Selesner, E! News Asia host Dominic Lau and model-actress Ase Wang.

Both Bagged and Supermodelme: Femme Fatale will be available on all of Myx TV’s platforms, including cable and satellite platforms, VOD online and over-the-top platforms. Myx TV is distributed by International Media Distribution, which is owned by NBCUniversal.