'Match Me If You Can' Season 1: Air time, how to live stream, plot, cast, trailer and all about MTV's dating show
A dating reality show starring reality TV stars? Couldn't get better. MTV and Pepsi Mango have worked on a mini-series - 'Match Me If You Can' - that brings together known faces under one roof as they figure out the feelings they have for each other and if they are ready for love.
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'Match Me If You Can' Season 1 premieres on MTV on April 20 at 8/7c. Yes, it clashes with 'The Challenge: Double Agents' finale but that's not what's the best bit. All of the five episodes will air on the network's YouTube channel every Wednesday.
How to live stream
Since it's a new show, the live stream details are currently unavailable. However, we will update this space once the network drops relevant information on its site.
"The concept of the show – bringing together unexpected pairs to create sparks and an eventual perfect match – is informed by the popularity of reality dating shows," a press release read. The premise may be basic, the spice lies in the interesting roster. Some of the contestants like both men and women, which is a subtle hint that one may expect same-sex couples.
'Match Me If You Can' will star Ashley Brooke Mitchell, Eric Bigger, Harry Jowsey, Onyeka Ehie, Natalie Negrotti, Kyra Green, Joey Sasso, and Kylie Smith. 'Love is Blind' star Lauren Speed Hamilton will be on hosting duty.
"I'm so excited to join Pepsi and MTV as the host of 'Match Me If You Can," Lauren said and added: "While I was able to find love on reality TV, that combination doesn't work for everyone. So, we're shaking it up by bringing unexpected pairings on surprising dates to try to find that elusive perfect match, just like Pepsi Mango! I can't wait to show the world what we uncovered!"
Along with MTV, Pepsi, and ViacomCBS Velocity, Elan Gale, found, The Year of Elan Productions, have partnered on the project. "With the explosion of reality dating shows and online dating apps, it's clear people are continuing to look for new and different ways to find their perfect match. With the launch of Pepsi Mango, we also know that sometimes a perfect match can be quite surprising," said Todd Kaplan, Vice President of Marketing of Pepsi.
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