Double Dose: See Nev Schulman In The Trailers For 'Catfish' AND His New Series 'MTV Suspect'

We know what we'll be doing every Wednesday night.

Nev Schulman is a master at uncovering information (catching countless "Catfish" is one of his many specialties) -- and the MTV host's unique talents will continue to be on full display during the aforementioned series as well as the brand-new program "MTV Suspect." Without further ado, here is your first official glimpse at both MTV Nev-centric shows -- and your go-to plans for Wednesday evenings, kicking off on February 24.

Let's begin with "Catfish," which will kick off the evening at 10/9c: Judging by the trailer above, the latest installment will feature plenty of twists, turns and familiar fishy behavior.

"This guy doesn't seem legit," co-host Max Joseph tells one love hopeful. How we've missed hearing those words...

But that's not all: There's a first-time "Catfish" trio (translation: two people talking to the same suspicious person), a gal confessing to getting a tattoo for her supposed beau (wonder if she will regret that decision?), celeb cameos (hi, Karrueche Tran!) and one dude declaring, "Bitch, you're cut off." Oh, and Nev making a funny confession about his undergarments...or lack thereof...

Speaking of Nev, the investigatory-themed slate will continue with "MTV Suspect" at 11/10c -- and will showcase individuals hiding deep secrets from their friends or loved ones and the effects this type of deceit can cause on the lives of everyone involved. As evidenced in the trailer above, Nev and his co-host iO Tillett Wright will attempt to untangle a web of lies in the hopes of bringing resolution to our concerned truth-seekers who have nowhere else to turn. And, as you can probably guess, these efforts for authenticity and legitimacy (which will include mysteries around drugs and gender) will not be easy or without risk.

"This is a murder case, I'm leaving," iO exclaims.

Share your thoughts about "Catfish" and "MTV Suspect" in the comments -- and be sure to catch the two-hour block of programming beginning on Wednesday, February 24 at 10/9c.