Just when fans thought TLC couldn’t come up with another wild reality TV concept, the network premiered new series You, Me and My Ex.
Most people tend not to remain in contact with their former partners but, somehow, the network managed to find five couples who’ve taken things so much further than an amicable split.
Indeed, these divorced couples still act like they are in a relationship so much so it’s affecting their current romances with new partners.
Taking ‘It’s complicated’ to a whole new level!
The first episode premiered on June 20 and viewers could not watch their heads around the situations they were witnessing on their screens.
One fan wrote: ‘Thanks for giving us another train wreck on Sundays in extreme sisters absence. I am HERE FOR IT’.
You, Me and My Ex follows former/divorced couples who are still extremely close, even though one has moved on to someone else (Picture: TLC / You, Me and My Ex)
‘TLC has yet found another way to lure us in,’ another added, while one joked: ‘I can’t even tweet. Mind is blown and/or brain fried.’
One viewer joked: ‘I said it before the devil works hard but the producers at TLC work harder.’
‘Why do we watch this mess [laughing emoji]’, another asked.
One viewer stated: ‘I never thought I’d see the day that a @TLC show has gone too far… BUT THIS IS TOO FAR! #YouMeAndMyEx
‘TLC has a literally monopoly on trauma and fucked up reality [laughing emoji]’.
‘The way they slip these ridiculous shows in between the ones we want to watch…’ another pointed out.
One viewer tweeted: ‘What kind of newfangled s**t is this???’
Another wrote: ‘Wtf is this mess and why am I going to sit another 1hr watching @tlc.’
‘this new show #YouMeAndMyEx on @tlc sounds delightfully messy,’ one viewer commented.
‘Where are they coming up with these silly shows ?? Mama Mia’ one viewer asked on Instagram.
Another tweeted: ‘Just when you think these train wreck shows can’t get any better.’
Something tells us TLC has yet another guilty pleasure hit on their hands.
You, Me & My Ex airs Sundays on TLC in the US.
Credit: Original article published here.