The Cheaters Television Show is one of the top 30 longest-running syndicated television series starting in 2000. It was started as the brainchild of Bobby Goldstein, a lawyer in Dallas Texas. After mistaking the identity of a woman with his uncle, who didn't appear to be his aunt, the idea for Cheaters was born.
Now, from Cheaters surveillance cameras, you are about to view actual true stories, filmed live, documenting the pain of a spouse or lover caused by infidelity.
This program is both dedicated to the faithful and presented to the false-hearted to encourage their renewal of temperance and virtue.
If you suspect infidelity in your relationship, Cheaters may be able to provide you assistance. Exercise your right to be informed.
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Meet the Team
Clark Gable was our Cheater's host from 2012 through early 2019. Gable passed on February 22, 2019 and is sorely missed. Cheaters is currently seeking the next host for the show.
Clark James Gable (born September 20, 1988) was an American actor and model. Gable was born in Malibu, California, the son of John Clark Gable and Tracy Yarro. His legendary grandfather is the late great iconic leading man of Tinseltown, Clark Gable, The King of Hollywood.
Dallas native Bobby Goldstein attended Baylor Law School in Waco, Texas with a desire to get involved in the entertainment business.
In 1995, Goldstein created the concept of Cheaters as a premise for a television series. His vision for the show came long before the popularity of reality programming.
Detective Danny Gomez is a Texan, born and raised. Growing up in Dallas, Danny pursued a career in law enforcement and received a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice from Dallas Baptist University. After graduation he entered law enforcement and served 10 years in a major metropolitan area.
After many experiences of dealing with domestic and family matters as an officer, Detective Gomez specializes in these issues, particularly infidelity investigations. It was because of this focused work he came to the attention of Executive Producer Bobby Goldstein. After meeting with Bobby Goldstein, Danny Gomez was pleased to join the team at Cheaters as lead detective for the show.