A new Jeremy Kyle style show is looking for contestants just five weeks after the original series was cancelled when a guest was found dead following a lie detector test said he had cheated on his fiancée.
Posts spotted from ITV researchers on social media called for partners who had been unfaithful, or had been cheated on, to come forward and speak about their affairs on national TV.
It advertised for 'audience members' to share their opinion on a 'new UK celebrity panel/debate show.'
Posts spotted from ITV on social media called for partners who had been unfaithful, or had been cheated on, to speak about their affairs on national TV
The Jeremy Kyle Show, pictured, was axed in May amid concerns about their duty of care for guests following the suicide of a guest
One of the posts read: 'We are looking for people who have cheated, people who are cheating, the other woman/man, a serial victim of cheating, couples in open relationships and a couple who survived an affair.'
Another post asked Facebook users: 'Are you sleeping with a married man? ITV are looking for people who are open to talk about their love lives to take part in an exciting new entertainment show!'
In May a furious row erupted over the ITV show after Steve Dymond, 63, was found dead days after appearing on The Jeremy Kyle Show after telling relatives the presenter had 'really laid into' him.
Posts to social media call for people who have experienced affairs in their relationships to appear on the new show
MPs, psychiatrists and experts urged the broadcaster to scrap its 'theatre of cruelty' permanently forcing ITV to call time on the show for good.
In an emotional phone call following filming, Stephen Dymond had told his son Carl that Mr Kyle had 'ripped into him' on stage.
Carl said: 'Steve told me 'Kyle really laid into me'. Presumably that was at the point when they announced the lie detector