If your perfect match was standing right in front of you, would you even know it?
In the most ambitious dating experiment ever attempted, MTV selected 11 gorgeous single women and 11 hot single guys and put them through an extensive matchmaking process to find their perfect match.
And the effects of it can be seen in much of modern culture, especially technology, with apps like Tinder and Ok Cupid like a real-world versions of Benjamin Solomon is a freelance writer based in New York City.
He was most recently the Editor-in-Chief of Next Magazine.
Now all 22 are living together in the Dominican Republic trying to figure out who is their match.
If they do, they'll split the largest cash prize in MTV history - ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
Then, the dater goes back to the RV to consult with their friend and decide which of the two competitors to pick.
The dater then returns and confronts the two daters, exposing one (or multiple, occasionally) of their most notable lies, before revealing which one they chose.
For MTV's sister channel, MTV2, see List of programs broadcast by MTV2.The first perfect match will then set off to spend the rest of their time in the remote honey moon suite.Throughout the season, the couples will be forced to rule with both their heads and their hearts if they hope to succeed in love and money. If all 10 couples successfully find each other, they’ll walk away not only with love, but their share of one million dollars.Through an earpiece, the friend in the RV tells the dater if what one says is a lie or the truth.At the end of the date, the dater reveals that the statements made during the date have been run through lie detection software, usually to shocked reactions from the two contestants.