The reality show co-hosted by ex-Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay and Travis Mills is as captivating as Catfish, says Maria Sherman. "Catfish loyalists may find the nearly identical format off-putting, but I found Ghosted to be more entertaining because of its lower stakes—no one is trying to move to Alaska from North Carolina for a supermodel they met on Plenty of Fish," says Sherman. "That, and Lindsay and Mills are genuinely good hosts. They’re clearly empathetic and try to meet each subject where they’re at, even when there’s clearly a vindictive party unworthy of kindness—not unlike Nev and Max in the first couple seasons of Catfish. Guess the job hardens you."