Wednesdays, 8:00 PM ET on MTV

60 minutes

How do young people who've embraced the digital age find love? Often by connecting online with others they've never met in person before. These days, typing on iPhones has replaced the dinner date, while emailing through Facebook often substitutes for face-to-face conversations. The problem -- that cute guy you may be falling in love with could be lying about who he really is. Now, from the producers of the hit feature documentary, Catfish, comes a new MTV series that brings together couples who've interacted solely through LCD screens. Over the course of months they've supposedly fallen in love -- but what will happen when they meet in real life for the first time?
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by Minako-
May 27, 2017 11:08AM EDT

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This is one of my guilty pleasures. The show is fairly neutral, it's not trying to insult anyone, there are usually no screaming, very few tears no histrionics... which is what I hate the most about many realities. So it's easy to watch from time to time.
Also it's a cautionary tale and a reminder to be careful. I feel that older people we all know these things, but it's easy to forget. And young people does not really know how bad it can be. So it's probably a good thing that this TV show is around to teach/remind us to not trust random people we don't know.


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