Ménage à WHAT?

Today beginning at 10 a.m., a totally transparent bedroom will open for “business” in Times Square. That business is to promote the premiere of You Me Her, a new sitcom about a polyamorous relationship — by asking couples to get inside, climb into bed with a model and pose for a faux threesome. Oh, and it could be broadcast on the Sony digital billboard at 1 Times Square, so, smile?

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We’re not sure where to even start with this one, but equating jumping into a stranger’s bed with an actual polyamorous relationship seems like a bad way to promote what may actually be a legit show.  

You Me Her co-stars Greg Poehler, brother of feminist comedian Amy, as a husband who hires an escort to spice up his loving but sexually stale marriage. It’s a grotty premise, but Amy wouldn’t let him steer us wrong, right?

Things get complicated when his wife turns out to have had lesbian experiences in the past also gets involved with the escort, and they try to make a go of a three-person relationship. Yes, it smacks of the tired Hooker with a Heart of Gold trope, but You Me Her is also directed by Nisha Ganatra, who’s worked on credible alternative fare like Transparent and Shameless.

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Questionable promotional stunt aside, the 10-episode series premieres tonight at 9 p.m. on AT&T Audience Network on DirecTV and AT&T U-verse.