MTV announces the fifth season premiere of Catfish: The TV Show, Wednesday, February 24, 2016, at 10:00pm ET/PT. Watch a trailer, below. Hosted by Yaniv Shulman (i.e. “Nev”) and Max Joseph, this TV series adaptation of the 2010 Catfish film explores the line between lies and truth, in online dating.
Also, check out photos and the trailer for MTV’s new show, MTV Suspect, which has its series premiere, Wednesday, February, 24, immediately following Catfish: The TV Show, at 11:00pm ET/PT. On MTV Suspect, Shulman and co-host iO Tillett Wright untangle a new web of untruths to bring resolution to truth-seekers who have nowhere else to turn.
Get more details from this MTV press release:
NEV SCHULMAN TAKES OVER MTV WEDNESDAY NIGHTS WITH BACK-TO-BACK PREMIERES OF “CATFISH” AND THE NEW ORIGINAL SERIES “MTV SUSPECT” ON FEBRUARY 24 STARTING AT 10:00 PM ET/PT
MTV’s critically acclaimed series “Catfish: The TV Show” returns for its fifth season on Wednesday, February 24 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT with an explosive season premiere. In a series first, Nev and Max discover that Dejay and Malik are being played by the same guy and sparks fly as they uncover this volatile love triangle.
Watch the Catfish: The TV Show “Official Trailer” for season five.
Here are the photos of MTV’s new MTV Suspect TV series, premiering February 24, on MTV.
“MTV Suspect,” a brand new series starring Nev Schulman and from the producers of “Catfish: The TV Show,” will debut immediately following at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT. Each week MTV Suspect features two stories, each with its own suspicion. The suspicions featured on the show cover every category imaginable. In this first season, Nev and iO will meet Truth Seekers who suspect a friend or family member is transgender, has dropped out of school, is secretly escorting, has been partying too much, is sick, involved in a crime and much, much more. In every episode, Nev and his co-host, (artist, activist and writer) iO Tillett Wright, will work to untangle a new web of untruths in the hopes of bringing resolution to our concerned truth-seekers who have nowhere else to turn. Nev and iO will examine the facts, seek out answers and push to uncover what’s really going on, delving into everything from secret identities, hidden addictions, to a host of other dishonesties that could have hugely damaging consequences. Through this process they hope to help bring the truth to the surface in order for these groups to move into a better and more honest relationship.
Watch the MTV Suspect “Official Trailer.”
What do you think? Are you a fan of Catfish: The TV Show? Will you tune in for the fifth season? How do you like the sound of the new MTV Suspect TV series? Let us know, below.