‘Catfish’ is again for a wholly digital season. MeSlop has an EXCLUSIVE preview of the Aug. 5 premiere that incorporates a man presumably getting catfished in the course of the pandemic!

Catfish returns for an all-new season on Aug. 5, however this time it’s totally digital as a result of ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Folks could also be quarantined, however they’re nonetheless on the lookout for love. Jason is hoping that Keith, the man he’s been texting, just isn’t catfishing him. Jason is prepared for one thing critical, and he’s ever talked about marriage.

“I want to create my circle of relatives,” Jason says in our EXCLUSIVE preview. “It’s one thing that’s on the desk.” When govt producer and host Nev Schulman and co-host Kamie Crawford elevate their eyebrows in regards to the marriage speak, Jason claims that Keith was on board with marriage presumably.

Nev Schulman and Kamie Crawford are again for an all-new season of ‘Catfish.’ (MTV)

Jason and Keith haven’t been in a position to meet up due to the pandemic. However additionally they haven’t Facetimed or Zoomed in any respect since they first linked, which makes Jason very skeptical about Keith. Jason was in Detroit for a layover and hoped to satisfy up with Keith on the airport. Nevertheless, Keith had an excuse. His buddy’s automotive wouldn’t begin. That left Jason very annoyed.

Jason provides that Keith says he incessantly involves Los Angeles for work, however they’ve but to see one another. He even got here this week as a “shock” for Jason. Sure, Keith flew to Los Angeles in the course of a pandemic. Jason reveals he advised Keith, “I cannot see you. It is advisable to sit down someplace for 2 weeks.” Good name, Jason. He desires to satisfy up with Keith, however solely when it’s protected.

Nev Schulman in a digital episode of ‘Catfish.’ (MTV)

This season on Catfish, Nev and Kamie have their work lower out for them as they need to play by new guidelines, encounter new obstacles, and dive headfirst into the world’s “new regular” to uncover lies and doubtlessly discover real love. Catfish will air Wednesdays at eight p.m. on MTV.