Caught in the act – why cheating doesn’t pay

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If your partner was cheating, would you or wouldn’t you want to know? These people in the CBS Reality (DStv channel 132) show Cheaters have decided they absolutely would – but they aren’t always prepared for what they discover

It’s never a nice feeling to suspect that the special person in your life just may be showering their attention on someone else. Sometimes the truth will set you free – and other times it might just make you angry as hell. In Cheaters, the suspicious party hires private investigators to find out exactly what is going on – then confronts the cheating partner, if they are indeed guilty (which always seems to be the case.) It’s the type of show you just can’t pull your eyes away from as the dramatic encounters unfold. For these players, there is no happily ever after unfortunately, and they have to pay for their wandering ways on national television.

If you love Cheaters, you’ll probably also like the other shows on CBS Reality, including Judge Judy, Judge Joe Brown, Dog the Bounty Hunter and Border Patrol. Find out more about about them here.

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Watch Cheaters on Saturdays, double bills at 8.20pm on CBS Reality (DStv channel 132).

 

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