Game of Clones premieres on MTV on Thursday, February 21 at 9/8c, and although it won’t fill the void that Game of Thrones fans have while waiting for the final season to air, it might at least keep you entertained until April.
The dating show is made up of seven MTV alums embarking on a “dating experience,” with each MTV celebrity meeting seven people who look like their famous crush — and each of their “clones” is styled with the same hair and clothing. The Game of Clones cast members then need to see if they can find love with one of these lookalikes.
The show will follow a feature reality star-singles including Pauly D from “Jersey Shore,” Kailyn Lowry from “Teen Mom 2,” and several competitors from various seasons of “The Challenge,” including Cara Maria Sorbello. Pauly D hopes to hook up with a Megan Fox lookalike, while Lowry wants a guy who looks like Migos rapper Quavo. Sorbello is looking for a Jason Momoa doppelganger, and Kam Williams, another celeb starring on the show, is interested in a man who resembles Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
Check out MTV’s full synopsis of the show below:
Game of Clones is the most radical dating experiment to ever hit television. In each episode, MTV stars will date seven clones of their celebrity crush — who may look the same but are totally different people — and when they look beyond those pretty (identical) faces, each dater will discover which of these famous doppelgangers melts their heart and which just makes their skin crawl.
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