“Any of their followers, anywhere in the world, will be able to potentially go on a date with Marnie.She could end up dating any of her fans — but that means she will have to be single.” Here is a photo of Marnie Simpson (left) with after show, which featured three eligible bachelors vying for Farrah’s heart (and maybe other parts).The network has given a 20-episode order to the dating series, so fans of the network should be seeing a lot of the new program and should be hearing more about The Hook-Up in the coming weeks.Other new shows appearing on MTV soon include the Jersey Shore spinoff The Show With Vinny, as well as scripted fodder like Twisted and The Fosters.) by cataloging bios from the early 2000s MTV dating show Next.These bios will make you laugh, wince, and scratch your head wondering what TF people were thinking back then.Hugely ambitious and ground breaking series for MTV. All the dates return to a fixed rig house, will they find “the one”.6 celebrities search worldwide for their ideal date / partner via the power of social media. about the show, in an article about Marnie joining the cast.
The newest project the network has picked up should be cheap to produce and at least a little familiar for viewers.
Honestly, ever since MTV found success with Singled Out, the network has gone through a slew of dating-based programming, including Next, Room Raiders, Dismissed, and Date My Mom.
I have no idea how The Hook-Up will manage to differentiate itself from some of the network’s past fodder, or if it will be the same old competition-based dating program.
And VH1 continues to be in on the gag (for some reason) as they're still promoting clips for the spoof series online — even though everyone knows it is fake!
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