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Brooklyn, a small-town Indiana girl, wants answers about her evasive online ex Jason so she can be done with him and move on. But Nev and Kamie dig up drama in Brooklyn's dating past Tackles the mystery and complexities of dating in a digital world.
According to an MTV survey of Millenials years old, 1 in 4 has online dated, 1 in 2 has a friend who does it and, in the past three years, traffic to top 10 online dating sites has tripled.
In a world where everyone is constantly connected digitally, social media has made communicating easier but this digital world might also complicate relationships.
Written by Anonymous. Catfishing is one of those concepts that one can only truly understand if one has experienced it.
And personally, I think that only people that have been catfished can truly understand this show and the people in it.
People here say that it seems fake, because there is no way that the people being catfished would be so stupid.
But no, let me tell you that that point is completely realistic. No one seems to understand that when you feel so captivated by someone, you accept everything that they tell you and even become delusional.
You start to believe all their excuses and even feel guilty about questioning their identity. I am glad that they always try to get the other side of the story as well.
We like to satanize catfishes and believe that they are just pure evil. But it really isn't always like that. No one understand how sad it is to be rejected by your appearance, how hard it is to have so much to say but no one to listen.
People also seem to think that they go out of their way just to make their "evil catfishing plan" to work. But really, making a fake profile only takes minutes.
Covering the holes with excuses is really easy as well, specially as I said before when the other person is so captivated that they begin to lose common sense.
Most catfishes don't even have mean intentions, they just want someone to talk, but eventually things get out of hand. No one seems to remember how hard it is to come clean after lying for so long.
Some things scenes might be a little fabricated, but everything on TV is, and not only realities, also documentaries and news. And you know what? Even if the stories are indeed fake, I don't really care, because I know they can be real and I know much worse stories than the ones depicted here.
I really like this show, I am glad that MTV take this kind of risks to at least try to bring something different on air.
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Nev claims that he has received requests from people asking him for his help in determining whether or not their online-only lovers are lying or truthful about their identities.
In each episode, the hosts help a different person with a different story, travelling to his or her residence and using background checks and research to uncover the truth.
Nev and Max contact the other person to arrange a first meeting between the two virtual lovers, then document how both people are impacted.
Whether or not two people are totally lying to each other and it turns out to be a huge disaster, that's only the first part of the story. We then want to know why they are doing it, who they are, what they are feeling, what led them to this place, and why that resonates with thousands of other young people who have the same feelings, who don't have someone to talk to or don't know how to express themselves.
The original presentation of the program was in the hands of Nev Schulman and Max Joseph until the first seven seasons.
Joseph left the program in August , halfway through the seventh season. For the remaining episodes of the seventh season that aired in , he was replaced as presenter by alternate presenters including singer Elle King , basketball player Nick Young , actress Kimiko Glenn , model Slick Woods and presenter Kamie Crawford.
When the eighth season started in January , Crawford, who previously appeared as one of the alternate presenters, was appointed as the permanent new presenter alongside Schulman.
The show presents the "hopeful" as the one who initiates contact with Schulman and Joseph in an attempt to discover the true identity of his or her online romance, or the "catfish".
Some of the show's casting calls do solicit stories from hopefuls,  and casting director Michael Esposito explained in August that the show can receive more than a hundred applications a day.
A Hollywood. Producers then proceed to gather information about the deception from the catfish and contact the hopeful afterwards.
For legal reasons, all persons involved on the series sign contracts agreeing to appear on camera prior to the episode even entering production.
In Season 3's Miranda and Camryn episode, the catfish did change its mind about meeting the hopeful, and only appeared via Skype. The hosts are given no information about the catfish, and while the catfish has already agreed to appear on the show, he or she does not know when or how the hosts will be looking for him or her.
Nev Schulman explained more about the reverse-engineering in an August interview: . A lot of the stories that we get come from the catfish side of things.
People who feel so terrible [ They want to come clean, but they fear if they simply told the truth, the other person would [ And so they're hopeful that by coming on the show [ So [the producers] orchestrate very delicately, and staying out of it as much as possible, a scenario by which [ And so [Max and I] just pick up from there.
And the [catfish] doesn't know that we're actually doing it. They just sorta think maybe it could happen. So they don't know when or why or how.
So it's tricky, but everything is real. The feelings are real, the relationships are real. We haven't created any scenarios, we don't tell people what to say or do.
It's very unpredictable. There have been two spin-offs of the Catfish concept. The first, Catfish: Trolls , was hosted by celebrity artist Charlamagne tha God and featured online personalities confronting trolls who had been harassing them online.
It aired for one three-episode season in the middle of The film Catfish was criticized and its authenticity questioned. Executive producer Tom Forman stresses that the TV version won't just tell "stories of deception.
We've also stumbled into some love stories. We found people who are exactly who they say they are. We are putting those on television, too.
We find people who are willing to get past an initial deception and really do make a connection at the end — in person and in real life.
That's been really heartwarming. So I think, when we set out, we really don't know how it's going to end: good, bad, or in the middle somewhere".
In January , MTV began casting a proposed UK version of the show through online ads that specifically targeted the catfish, not the hopeful: "Tired of keeping secrets from your online love?