A new TLC reality show, 'MILF Manor', will feature a little bit of Louisiana flavor thanks to their casting of a New Orleans nurse.

The dating series features a cast of women ranging from ages 40-60 who are looking for a unique type of love; specifically from younger men. A press release from the TLC reality show gave a description of what you can expect from the series that debuts this weekend.

Although they may be a few years older than the average dating show contestant, these women are not out of practice. This vibrant group brings their unique life experiences to the game. They have decades of dating experience and will use it to find a lasting connection with men half their age.

If you're one of the few people who may not be familiar with the MILF acronym, I'll let you look that one up on your own (although I don't suggest searching from any work-related devices).

While the 'MILF' part is pretty self-explanatory, the "Manor" in the title relates to the setting where the show will take place; along the exotic beaches of Mexico where the women will face challenges and have to decipher what is real love, and what is not.

The show cast contains a total of eight women with a wide range of career backgrounds and life experiences.

a competitive 47-year-old fitness studio owner from Mexico currently living in Miami, a spontaneous 50-year-old 'disco mommy' from Orange County, a 44-year-old Jersey girl currently living in Los Angeles, a 59-year-old fitness instructor and singer from Los Angeles and a 50-year-old event planner who used to be the B-Girl back in the day

I have always pointed out how Louisiana seems to be a hotbed for reality show casting, and once again the boot state will be represented by a nurse by the name of SoYoung who has years of experience as a hairstylist but now specializes in heart surgery just outside of New Orleans.

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According to her show bio, it's been a while since SoYoung has settled down with anyone seriously, but she 'prefers to be the dominant one in a relationship and has always been with younger men."

Of course, it wouldn't be a reality show without a surprise twist, so I guess we'll tune in to see what the buzz is about and meet the 'MILF Manor' cast member who will be representing Louisiana.

I don't want to spoil the twist with my prediction but the fact that ALL of these women have at least one kid, and the idea that there are exactly eight "hot younger guys" almost sets this up to be the perfect "twist" for moms who are looking for young love.

The premiere of 'MILF Manor' happens on Sunday, January 15 at 9 p.m. CST and viewers can tune in live on TLC or watch the show via same-day streaming on discovery+.

Get to know more about SoYoung and her seven 'MILF Manor' castmates here on the TLC website.

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