'MTV Ghosted: Love Gone Missing': Release date, plot, cast, trailer, and everything you need to know about the reality show
Some people are all about closure and answers, and MTV promises to deliver all that and more even though social media critics have labeled the concept as borderline stalking.
In an age where hookups are more common than true love, what is also extremely common is getting ghosted. For those unaware, the term evolved in the last couple of years to describe a scenario where a person just goes MIA on another and decides to stop all kinds of communication with them without any explanation. Pretty frustrating, right? But worry not, MTV is planning to zhush up the concept through its brand new show, 'MTV’s Ghosted: Love Gone Missing', where the person ghosted gets to confront the 'ghost' and find out all the answers to why the reply never came from them.
Honestly? It's a step too far, with plenty of flak already coming the show's way, because tracking someone down on live television all because they didn't text back sounds extreme, and not to mention, a clear breach of personal space, privacy, and consent. And unlike MTV's other very popular confrontation romance show 'Catfish', these ghosts aren't doing anybody any harm by not replying to them, but some people are all about closure and answers, and MTV promises to deliver all that and more through this upcoming show. Here's all you need to know about it.
'MTV’s Ghosted: Love Gone Missing' premieres on Tuesday, September 10 at 9/8c.
According to the official synopsis of the show, the docuseries cum reality tv sensation "helps distraught people track down former friends or lovers who suddenly cut off all contact with them. Hosts Rachel Lindsay and Travis Mills meet the haunted and come up with theories about the cause behind the ghosting. Then the hosts look for leads in order to track down the ghost. Finally, the truth is revealed during a confrontation between the two parties."
Rachel Lindsay, who has been a fan-favorite contestant on the hit reality show, 'The Bachelorette', will be hosting the upcoming MTV reality show alongside actor turned recording artist, Travis aka T Mills.
MTV has amped up its fans with new clips and snippets from the show every week but they have also gained a lot of backlash as a result of the impression that has been formed based on these portrayals of what's to come, with people criticizing the show for glorifying stalking. Check it out for yourself!
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