"Time's Up" (TV show) is a relationship series on MTV that tacl;es one of the most heart-wrenching tests couples endure of what's to become when life-altering events force them to be separated by distance.

The series focuses on the phenomenon of "expiration dating," where couples must re-evaluate their current relationships as they enter new phases of their lives that will eventually separate them. The scenarios vary from attending different colleges, semesters abroad, job relocations, military deployments and more. Each episode will follow a couple as they cope with the pressure of their expiration date and document their lives in the weeks leading up to the dreaded departure. When their time is finally up and the couples must say goodbye, they are faced with the decision of staying together to beat the odds as a long-distance couple, or go their separate ways.

"Time's Up" is executive produced by Jay Bienstock, Eugene Young and Ben Hurvitz. It is produced by ITV Studios America in association with Bienstock Young Media. Lauren Dolgen and Sara Cohen are development executives, and Julie Schwachenwald is production executive for MTV.


Network: MTV
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: April 21, 2014
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
ITV Studios America
Bienstock Young Media

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