Electus International to Globally Distribute Cheaters


LOS ANGELES: Electus International has acquired worldwide distribution rights to the hidden-camera reality series Cheaters, which investigates potentially unfaithful romantic partners.

The deal covers 330 hour-long episodes and 660 half-hour chapters of the show, which is produced by Bobby Goldstein Productions and syndicated in the U.S. Cheaters is a hidden-camera reality series that looks into people suspected of cheating on their partners. Each episode begins with an interview of someone who believes his or her partner is being unfaithful, before launching into an investigation by the “Cheaters Detective Agency” to uncover the truth.

Cheaters is a one-of-a-kind series that viewers can’t get enough of and always pulls a rating no matter when it is broadcast,” said John Pollak, the president of Electus International. “Now with nearly 700 half-hour episodes, we’re confident Cheaters will once again be the most-talked-about show in the world.”

“It’s simple: adults have a lot more fun during adultery than children do during childhood,” added Bobby Goldstein, creator and executive producer of Cheaters. “We’ll run out of film and money before we run out of infidelity cases!”