You didn’t think quarantine could stop “Catfish
,” did you? After all, like its love affairs, the show starts in the online world — the one thing the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t taken away from us.
Or as host and producer Nev Schulman
puts it in the new season’s first teaser, “Even Catfish
work from home.”
Schulman co-hosts and produces the series with Kamie Crawford
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This season, Nev and Kamie have their work cut out for them as they must play by new rules, encounter new obstacles and dive headfirst into the world’s “new normal” to uncover lies and potentially find true love, according to MTV’s logline.
The summer run features some “wild” new stories — like the one about the boy who “lost his virginity at a Justin Bieber
Yeah, you heard that right.