Controversial series MTV’s Ghosted: Love Gone Missing will screen next month on MTV.
The term “Ghosting,” refers to ending a relationship by abruptly cutting off communication without explanation.
This features US Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay and recording artist Travis Mills as hosts confronting estranged friends, family and ex-partners.
Some media in the US have referred to the series as glorifying stalking….
In the eight-episode docuseries, Lindsay and Mills help distraught individuals track down and confront a former lover, friend, or family member in an effort to uncover the harsh realities of why they “ghosted” them.
Lindsay is an attorney and an American television personality who is best known for her role as a contestant on the twenty-first season of ABC’s “The Bachelor” and the bachelorette on the thirteenth season of “The Bachelorette.” She is the first African-American bachelorette in the franchise’s history and is a frequent correspondent on Good Morning America, Strahan and Sara and previously hosted ESPN’s “Football Frenzy.” She also co-hosts “GTL” on ESPN Radio as well as guest hosts for ESPN’s flagship show, “First Take,” “SportsCenter” on Snapchat and ESPN’s social media channels. Additionally, she co-hosts a weekly podcast titled, “Bachelor Happy Hour.”
Mills is a recording artist, actor, and on-air personality who hosts his Apple Music Beats 1 radio show, “Travis Mills Live” as well as his hit podcast “ADHD with Travis Mills.” Under the moniker T. Mills, he quickly became a global hit performer and songwriter, garnering millions of streams and selling out massive venues in multiple countries over the last decade.
With self-produced raps and collaborative efforts, Mills released three full-length albums and recent singles featuring T.I., Ty Dolla $ign and more. Mills has also appeared in NBC’s “Good Girls,” Netflix’s “Flaked,” and Freeform’s series, “Alone Together.”
Thursday, October 3 at 9.30pm on MTV.