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.
Then the next single person will come out of the bus.
It ends when the bachelor or bachelorette finds someone they like or”Next’s” everyone.
Network: NBC; Genre: Reality/Game, Comedy; Content Rating: TV-14 (language, some sexual content); Classification: Contemporary (star range: 1 - 4); Seasons Reviewed: Complete Series (1 season) I don't know, but I've always thought that the most fun part of being a father would be the opportunity to just torment the life out of your daughter's prospective boyfriends. The hit Universal film "Meet the Parents" - itself like a feature-length sitcom - apparently, for some reason, sent the creative synapses of the NBC execs firing which resulted in two shows that broke down elements of it and transparently reproduced them (this and Elon Gold's "The In-Laws").
How inspiring."Folks" is a twist on the reality/game show in which 3 prospective suitors compete for the heart of a beautiful young woman and a trip with her to Hawaii (or some such place) but, unlike "Blind Date" where these hooligans are allowed to run around unsupervised and raise all sorts of stupid havoc, the competition occurs entirely in the "home" of the girl's parents and under their constant watch via hidden cameras. The trap is now set for some high-stakes discipline and humiliation as the parents can force the boys to compete against each other and participate in family traditions they wouldn't dare do otherwise.
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.
As you can guess, all the guys on the show are pigs.These episodes began airing on January 3, 2011 and ended on March 21, 2011.The ratings success of the first 10 episodes prompted the book series to be extended beyond the initial eight novels.On March 26, 2013, ABC Family announced that a spin-off, Ravenswood, would air in October 2013.The spin-off show aired 10 episodes before being canceled.One of the highlights of my youth was to pretend to do homework and instead watch the dating shows that aired in the afternoons on MTV.