Produced by marblemedia and Entertainment One, the show also has a Gemini Award-winning tie-in website, with two web series: The Morning After Show, which discusses episodes of the main show, and Dr.
Love, which features an indepth look at dating; The Dating Guy has also been criticized for allegedly being a ripoff of the webcomic Least I Could Do, which was reportedly submitted to Teletoon to create an animated series that did not come to fruition.
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Woody learns what it’s like to be treated as a piece of tail when he meets a promiscuous female from the afterlife. Mark and Sam date police officers Valerie and Vince, a crime fighting duo with reality issues.
Sam goes undercover to catch a serial killer who’s only murdering women that are “Perfect 10’s”. falls for Lily and becomes involved in illegal fish fighting to win her from her gangster boyfriend.
Leah later finds a threatening note and a single red rose attached to her car and files a restraining order against Carter, causing him to lose his job.
It's a place where off-the-grid stars discreetly make ends meet, where former A-listers go to retire and D-listers dream of being discovered, and where cheesy made-for-TV originals and straight-to-DVD tales of murderous boyfriends and flocks of wild horses coexist in sweet, sweet harmony.
In honor of the latest gem to grace the channel's airwaves, check out our exhaustive list of its other so-bad-they're-good classics: The 50 Most Ridiculous Lifetime Movies.
Successful lobbyist Leah Vaughn (Sanaa Lathan) is unhappy in her relationship with her boyfriend Dave King (Morris Chestnut), who refuses to commit to her wishes of starting a family, causing them to break up.
Two months later, she meets the charming Carter Duncan (Michael Ealy), who works in IT for another company.