Cheaters is one of few reality TV shows that I actually believe is real. I can't say I love it... but I definitely dig it to some degree. Something about those previews with the catfights in the confrontations... Yes, I love a good trainwreck.
One of my favorite things about the show is how dry and cheesy the narrator is. For instance, in the introduction, the narrator might say something like, "He's a music producer accused of making beautiful music with another lady", or "He's a massuese accused of giving other females the rubdown". Soooo good. There are also hints of sarcasm as he narrates throughout the episode.
Yes, I may look forward to watching Cheaters during the previews, but those confrontations are always so hard to watch because they're heartbreaking. It puts me in a somber mood and temporarily makes me lose faith in love and relationships, yet I still find myself watching it every week. I guess this show is for those who are a bit masochistic.
On a lighter note, did I mention that Joey Greco is kinda sorta saucy? I swear he's better to look at in action!
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Cheaters is a weekly syndicated reality TV show that documents people who are suspected of cheating on their partners. Investigations are headed by the Cheaters Detective Agency. Hosted by Joey Greco, the show airs on Saturday nights on The CW Plus and also airs on G4TV. The CW Plus airs two episodes: one one-hour long episode followed by one-thirty minute episode. A short 10-minute version of the show called Cheaters: Amazing Confrontations is available through on-demand services.