Creator of television show “Catfish”, which is in its 4th season on MTV, Nev Schulman paid a visit to The Breakfast Club to talk about the origin of the name of Catfish, the authenticity of his show, his relationship with Max and dolphins and being an advocate. In the interview, Schulman deems the Internet as a “safe place to try things out and meet people and pretend you’re something else,” and subsequently, “ends up being what causes relationships to start off on the wrong foot”. He points out that he believes a lot of people have secrets and they might not necessarily be bad secrets but there are issues that we tend to deal with that we don’t want people to know about. People are often questioning their sexuality, and how to deal with their feelings. As a result, it’s what keeps him employed.
In addition to his rumored same-sex relationship with costar Max, he talks about a “strange” community of people that engage in sexual activity with dolphins, composed of pirates and seamen who would have sex with dolphins because it was the closest thing to sex with a human being.
Check out the detailed video interview now to find out what’s next in store for the fourth season of “Catfish”.