Joey Greco has been talking about why he loves hosting the hit reality show Cheaters, which is now in its 12th series.
The programme sets out to help people who believe their partners may be lying or being unfaithful to them.
Greco says: "When enough information is compiled we will show that to our client and then confront the individual who has obviously been misleading their partner, but in a manner where now the truth is out in the open and there is nowhere for them to hide because they're caught red-handed in the act."
The ensuing drama is often explosive and the tension can be heightened by the presence of a camera crew.
Greco, who has been hosting the show for a decade, says that by exposing an affair, his team can sometimes help a couple to resolve their problems.
"I don't want this to be sappy but, the ones that I am most happy about are the ones where they work out their issues and that doesn't always mean that they stay together, just that they recognise and respect the other individual and realise that they didn't have to go to those lengths to either end a relationship or they didn't have to make those choices."
Greco also has advice for anyone thinking of cheating: "At the end of the day what usually gets someone caught is that they think that they are too intelligent to get caught.
"And the minute someone thinks that, that's the first step down the road to us showing up."