Mtv dating show with lie detector
People looking for their 15 minute of fame or don't think they've accomplished something until they've been on TV can't carry a show or reflect a reality, that scripted characters can.Its an ironic dichotomy, but every reality show proves it correct.TBH, this show sounds like my personal nightmare, as I don't think I could fully open up to anyone (let alone a potential partner) while stressed out over my period-stained underwear or the fact that my bra has had underwire poking out of it for the last three wash cycles. No word yet on whether or not Jake and Amber or Benthley and Grace ended up together after their initial undressing, but you can tune in Wednesday, Aug. In this show, one single interviews two potential daters and asks them probing, personal questions.MTV's Exposed is a television dating show which debuted in December 2006 on MTV.It is produced by Kallissa Productions and Endemol USA. The premise is based around the use of lie detection software.
That, among other reasons including my need to rejoice in self-pity over two young people finding love via the “Next” bus, is why I need the following retro MTV shows to return.The network gets in the act, forcing the boys to reveal their secrets via a faxed challenge.As you can guess, all the guys on the show are pigs.What the daters don't know is that every answer they provide is being filtered through lie detection software.Watch what happens when they find out they've been exposed.