'Catfish' Season 9: 5 things you need to know about MTV reality show

Nev Schulman and Kamie Crawford are back with another edition of online love and dating


                            'Catfish' Season 9: 5 things you need to know about MTV reality show
Nev Schulman and Kamie Crawford will be seen hosting 'Catfish' (MTV)
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MTV has good news for all the 'Catfish' fans, who were waiting eagerly for yet another edition. Finally, after a long wait, MTV has shown green signals for Season 9.


It's hard to believe that host Nev Schulman and a few of his friends picked up their cameras in the early 2000s to record his online relationship. Instead, they ended up profiling online relationships as a full-time career. 'Catfish' made its debut on MTV in 2012 and looking for finding the real identities behind questionable online profiles. The show all time proves that if you thought you had seen every type of catfish that could ever exist, you haven't. The show gained considerable success and has left fans wanting more of it.

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When will 'Catfish' release and where to watch it?

'Catfish' will air on January 5, 2022, at 8 pm EST. You can watch the show on the MTV. 

What is 'Catfish' all about? 

'Catfish' is all about the mystery and complexities of people dating in a digital world. According to an MTV survey of Millenials, amongst 18-24 years old, one in four has dated online. In addition, traffic to the Top 10 online dating sites has tripled in the past three years. In this show, Nev Schulman and Kamie Crawford are helping people who have fallen in love through online mode to test the authenticity of their lover's identities.

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Who stars in 'Catfish' Season 9?

Nev Schulman and Kamie Crawford will be seen hosting the show together.

Nev Schulman

Nev Schulman has gained massive popularity for his documentary film 'Catfish' that was later followed up by the TV series 'Catfish: The TV Show.' He has also written a book named 'In Real Life: Love, Lies & Identity in the Digital Age.'

Creators 

The show's executive producers are Andrew Jarecki, Ariel Schulman, Brad Bishop, David Metzler, Henry Joost, and Julie Link Steffens. The show was developed by Ariel Schulman, Nev Schulman and Max Joseph.

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Trailer 

The channel has not released any trailer yet. Once the trailer is released we will update the space. Stay tuned with us.

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