‘Green Porno’ Creator Isabella Rossellini Premiers ‘Seduce Me’ on Sundance Channel

green porno isabella rosselliniThe Sundance Channel is launching a playful and informative new series about a very sexy topic: seduction.

Aptly named ‘Seduce Me,’ the series of five two-minute portraits of courtship and mating is directed and written by Isabella Rossellini.

In the series, the star and creator explores ‘the unconventional seduction rituals of creatures ranging from bugs to cuttle fish,” explained Jelena Kovacevic, representative for the Sundance Channel.

If you don’t live in the US, and are based in the Middle East – not to worry. The show can be accessed through Video on Demand.

Tongue in cheek banter permeates “Seduce Me.” The five part series also offers, “an entertaining yet informative look into the bizarre seduction rituals that often precede the mating process.”

One long orgy

In the premieir episode, Rossellini, who also created the award-winning series, ‘Green Porno’ for The Sundance Channel, says, “this is a show all about desire…because people want sex!”

Included in the series are narratives on the sneaky habits of male cuttlefish (some go in drag to seduce their mates), to the complex vaginal structure of ducks to the ‘intertwining’ reproductive activities of snakes (What some might call a long orgy).

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“Isabella shows how animals seduce each other with varied and incredible strategies…they might even give us some new ideas about how to conquer our mates!” says Kovacevic. Indeed, “Seduce Me’ examines the ‘delicate art’ of seduction in novel and colorful ways.

Sixty nine and hermaphrodites

The series stars Rossellini, and is produced by Rossellini, Rick Gilbert and Jody Shapiro. The same team is responsible for the green pornographyaward winning series, ‘Green Porno’ which explored animal attraction. In the episode, ‘Creating the earthworm,”they showed that earthworms are hermaphrodites, and the likely inventors of the ‘sixty nine’ position.

‘Seduce Me’ will be available on Video On Demand beginning May 5th and premiere on Sundance Channel on May 25th at 9:50pm ET.

“‘Duck’ and ‘Bedbug’ are especially funny!” says Kovacevic.

You can learn more about the series at the Sundance Channel website.

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