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Catfish The TV Show Premiere: Is Season 6 The Last? Watch Fake Boyfriend, Pop Star, Dates & More Get Solved

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After patiently waiting for MTV?s announcement about the renewal of Catfish: The TV Show, fans have all the reason to rejoice now. The sixth season, which is rumored to be the last, shows new cases of fake online personas. Avid viewers of the reality-based documentary series will see fresh faces as they try to find love in the digital age.

According to the official synopsis for the Catfish: The TV Show, which will premiere on August 10, Jayme discovers that her online boyfriend is fake. She asked for the help of Nev Schiulmann and Max Joseph to stop him because she also learned that the guy is catfishing other girls.

Fans will also see a young woman who thinks her online friend is fake. She had a sad experience in high school with her best friend. It looks as if this girl has some major trust issues.

Catch the teasers for all three new episodes here:

http://www.sidereel.com/tv-shows/catfish-the-tv-show/episodes

Next week, August 17, fans can expect to see a guy that has been in an online relationship with a major pop star for six years. At least, it?s how the guy thinks of her girlfriend, but of course, Catfish The TV Show is generally about revelations and pitfalls.

Just like the recent events, all three new episodes from Catfish The TV Show season 6 investigates the true identity of all the personas involved. There will be cases of intentional misrepresentation. Schiulmann and Joseph probe into the spurs and the feelings of both parties in each case.

Viewers could expect to see more cases of online dating, as well as the truths, lies and mysteries behind them. Schulmann has stated that people tend to exert an effort to conceal their true identity when they create their dating profile online. Several online users who try to search for love create an image of themselves that is far from the truth. This eventually results to disappointments and drama.

The documentary series is produced by Catfish Picture Company and Relativity Media.

 

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