If you're looking for love in 2015, you might want to check your telly viewing habits.

Yorkshire viewers have been surveyed by TV Licensing to see how what a potential partner watches on the box affects how attractive they are, with QI topping the chart of TV turn-ons.

The trivia quiz show hosted by Steven Fry is a winner for first date chat, with 33 per cent of men and 29 per cent of women saying they would be attracted to someone who watched the panel show.

But reality TV fans, beware — mentions of The Only Way Is Essex (Towie) or Keeping Up With The Kardashians could cut your date short.

A total of 68 per cent of Yorkshire respondents said they'd be turned off by TOWIE fans or Kim Kardashian worshippers.

Click below to see which shows were telly turn-ons — and turn-offs:


Women that enjoy Top Gear were found to be popular with 24 per cent of men, while 27 per cent of women were looking for fans of Alan Sugar firing hopefuls in The Apprentice.

Male fans of Strictly Come Dancing wanted a date that would also tune in to Match of the Day, and almost half of female X Factor followers would enjoy a good natter about Britain's Got Talent on a first date.

In addition, 27 per cent would enjoy some Big Brother banter, too!

Interestingly, there were some shows that respondents loved to watch, but would never bring up while wooing a potential partner.

The survey revealed singles would keep schtum about Great British Railway Journeys, Embarassing Bodies and Jeremy Kyle  — as well as kids' shows including Shaun The Sheep, Spongebob Squarepants, Postman Pat and Peppa Pig!

Online dating site Lovestruck also looked at its profiles to see what TV favourites people referenced in their dating profiles.

It found 44 per cent of woman admitted to watching soaps, compared to 19 per cent of men — but 21 per cent of women apologised for enjoying Eastenders.

Game of Thrones, which stars Huddersfield actress Lena Headey, was popular with both sexes, with 39 per cent of men referencing it in their profiles and 32 per cent of women doing the same.

Despite their popularity, only 11 per cent of dating pages mentioned animated comedies like The Simpsons and Family Guy.

And the phrases 'no likey, no lightly' and 'single man, reveal yourself!' from ITV's dating show Take Me Out were used by 22 per cent of men and 12 per cent of females.

What TV is a total turn-off for you? Are there any shows you'd never confess to watching?

Let us know in the comments below.