Personals is aimed at young, single professionals who are too busy working to have time to go out and meet people.By depriving diners of one of their senses, the organisers say people do not have to worry about what they look like or are wearing.Here's why you can't miss this new series which is about a family who is paid to keep silent after their son is abused – but at what cost?

The show focuses on them living with their decision to take the money and let the filmmaker get away with abusing their son.

The storyline is a topical one of our time - especially with the #metoo movement that swept Hollywood.

The series is written by award-winning writer Levi David Addai, who wrote Damilola, Our Loved Boy.

Writer Addai revealed the series was influenced by his curiosity over the trusting nature of parents whose children were taking part at a weekend drama school that his own daughter was attending.

Also starring in this gripping series Poldark’s Rebecca Front and Chewing Gum star Susan Wokoma.

They are joined by Home From Home actress Olive Gray, East Enders’ Ellen Thomas and Gary Beadle, Arnold Oceng from The Good Lie, and Resident Evil’s Joseph May, as well as Our Girl star Rudi Dharmalingam.The show includes an impressive cast and is headed up by Jill Halfpenny and Babou Ceesay.Jill is best known for playing Kate in East Enders and has since appeared in Waterloo Road, Humans, and Liar."The evening is so different that meeting a partner is the least of your worries."You can have a bit of a laugh and it will make a great story to tell." Before heading into the darkness Miss Strong, who runs a singles website, says she is excited and nervous about what it is going to be like.Their youngest son Isaac, has recently finished filming a major Hollywood movie – but the family’s world is shattered when he reveals he was abused whilst out in America by a renowned filmmaker.