The series is the latest to see Wan step outside of fashion and move towards a more general presenting role, following his culinary show Gok Cooks Chinese.
Baggage comes among a raft of new Channel 4 commissions that include The Anti-Social Network, a cross-platform comedy that will stage pranks using social media, and Hot or Hotter, a nationwide search for the most attractive people in the country.
HOW TO DRESS SEXY FOR YOUR SHAPEIn each episode Gok is not only a personal stylist, he's the flirting coach, the agony uncle, the shoulder to cry on and the coolest wingman EVER.
An insider confided: "Bosses really like Gok and they think he will be perfect for a dating show.
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Justin Gorman, Head of Entertainment at Channel 4, said: ‘These new shows are a great example of how Channel 4 entertainment can deliver really innovative and exciting formats.
‘In addition to our commissions I’m very excited about the many new development ideas we are working on and look forward to announcing further commissions later this year.’ Dating shows have seen something of a comeback over the last few years, following the popularity of ITV’s Take Me Out.
Channel 4 will also shake things up this summer by broadcasting a series of celebrity special Million Pound Drop episodes, with a line-up including Jedward, Professor Green and Steps.