Every week, the show will follow “two men from across the spectrum as they explore the various stages and scenarios” of finding love online.
Based on the preview, those steps are evaluating hotness, being disappointed by lack of hotness, and taking work-out selfies.
to examine the “the world of cyber courtships from the male perspective.” Because if there is one thing we all want from television, it is the riveting drama of watching dudes message ladies over the Internet.
According to EW, will “pull back the curtain on the culture of online dating by following Internet romances from the earliest stages of browsing and communicating to the anxiety-inducing dates with potential matches.” Viewers at home will, for the first time, have access to the agony and the ecstasy of “Ok Cupid, Tinder, and the rest of the usual suspects,” access they could gain in no other way.
") and a simple premise, like The Bachelor in ten minutes, that was set up in the intro sequence:"You're going on five dates. ' Kick them to the curb and start over with someone new.
Don't feel bad for the daters who get the boot — they'll get cash for every minute they last.
Because a decade later, the latter's presence can be felt strongly in the former — how dating works in the era of the swipe.
Once the Catfish crew are on the scene, an investigation into the mysterious online persona is carried out – Nev and Max will look into what they could be hiding, then arrange a first-time meeting for the two involved and document how both sides react to seeing each other in real life.
In the aftermath, the two presenters will look into why the catfish kept up their lies, what led them to creating false profiles, and see if the two will keep up any form of communication in the future.
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The series is based on the 2010 film Catfish and is co-hosted by Nev Schulman and Max Joseph.