MTV is tackling a different aspect of dating with a new reality TV series called Ghosted.
According to an exclusive report by E! News, the series will be hosted by The Bachelorette veteran Rachel Lindsay and Travis Mills.
Titled Ghosted: Love Gone Missing, the series intends to capitalize on the popularity of the Catfish.
Catfish is an MTV series based on the 2010 film of the same name. Nev Schulman and Max Joseph host the hit series. Max and Nev meet up with individuals who are in relationships with someone they’ve met online.
The boys come to the rescue when they learn of someone who is being eluded by an online lover. While the show does occasionally have a happy ending, most episodes feature the boys and the star of the episode learning a sad truth. Unfortunately, they were catfished by someone pretending to be someone they are not.
Ghosted: Love Gone Missing
The new MTV series will help jilted and distraught lovers. Individuals who need help tracking down former lovers. Furthermore, the series will also help track down former friends and family members. The goal of the show is to determine why the individual in question disappeared.
What is Ghosting?
This MTV series revolves around a term commonly used in the dating world — ghosting. Ghosting is the act of suddenly ending a relationship. It involves cutting off communication and disappearing without an explanation.
According to the E! News exclusive, the series focus on how social media helps thwart ghosting. The series is slated to be eight episodes long.
Excitingly, reality star Rachel Lindsay and artist Travis Mills will team up to host Ghosted.
At home viewers first met Rachel Lindsay during her stint during Season 21 of The Bachelor. She later became the very first African-American star on The Bachelorette during Season 13. Fortunately for fans, she’s even returning to Bachelor Nation as Bachelor Happy Hour’s co-host. This is a podcast she has with Ali Fedotowsky
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Travis Mills, formerly T. Mills, is both an actor and an artist. He hosts a radio show and a podcast named after himself. He’s had roles in Good Girls, Flaked, and Alone Together.
New MTV Series Ghosted: Love Gone Missing Premieres Next Month
MTV’s Ghosted: Love Gone Missing premieres on Tuesday, September 10th at 9 p.m. on MTV. The series will premiere with back-to-back episodes.
So, are you going to watch the new reality series? Share your thoughts in the comments down below!
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