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‘There’s an episode where both people were “catfishing” each other,’ says film-maker Joseph, ‘but they end up together.Then there’s another episode where they were both who they said they were but it just didn’t work out.Schulman was flooded with emails from people in similar situations so, with the help of an MTV film crew, he and his film buddy Max Joseph decided to pursue the leads and film the results for Catfish: The TV Show.The first episode of this 12-part series aired last week.Often they’ve lost months or years of their lives pretending to be someone they’re not.’ Most British people aged 16 to 34 now have at least one social media profile and dating site Love has seen a 900 per cent increase in members over the past three years.So with more of us using the internet as a meeting place, how can we be sure people are who they claim to be behind the digital mask?It follows ‘hopefuls’ who have fallen in love online but are yet to meet their partner for whatever reason.
And that’s exactly what this show did — hated on women by basically being like “haahaa you’ll never find a man and even when you do he’ll probably be gay haahaa.” Clearly we never missed an episode. It was a nice idea, and the series, produced by Eva Longoria and hosted by Guiliana and Bill Rancic, had a big push behind it from NBC. Ratings were dismal, and NBC only aired the show for three-weeks in April 2013 (subsequent episodes were streamed online). — were looking for love, as most dating show contestants are. And while Bret wasn’t as good of a leading man as Flavor Flav, he was a close second. The way he pronounced the word “diabetes” (die-a-bee-tis). The show aired as a single, two-hour broadcast in which 50 women (one from each state) competed in some effed-up beauty pageant to be Rockwell’s bride.
And it would have been more of a big deal if Bravo had actually cast the show with all gay men.