The idea of Trouble was originally influenced by the now-defunct Northern European television channel The Children's Channel's late afternoon scheduling for teen audiences, branded "TCC".
When Bravo was revamped in 1997 to become a channel targeting a male audience (marketed as "an altered species of television"), The Children's Channel started airing only during the evenings and nights, with Trouble occupying its channel space during the day.
“You’ve got these two cultures, and trying to find the common ground between them can be a discussion you need to have, I think.” Will a match-making event for Muslims help her find someone she connects with on a personal and faith-based level?
Hosted by Rocsi Diaz, this season once again features two main daters, David and Natalie, as they search for love on a tropical island paradise.
Shot on location in Bora Bora, each week two new men and women will strip down for a shot at igniting a spark with our primary daters.
At the end of each episode, Natalie and David will each pick the one person they connected with the best to be their keeper and stay on the island.
A website was launched called Trouble Homegrown that showcased British programmes.
Trouble's 1-hour timeshift channel named Trouble 1 (formerly Trouble Reload) closed on 5 February 2009 to make way for the launch of Living2 1.