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One Central Florida business is back in the news., the website that made national news in July 2003 for placing a personal ad online for inmate Susan Smith, will be featured on the next season of E! Television's True Hollywood Stories. The network recently filmed a two hour show on prison pen pal couples who have met through, the website that places personal and legal ads online for inmates and will include an interview with 27 year old Adam Lovell, the company's owner. The show will air April 17th at 8PM EST. True Hollywood producer Christopher Hines, accompanied by a film crew, recently flew out from Los Angeles for the production.

The show will primarily cover successful couples who have met online and will also feature interviews from the inmates themselves. It's a different angle for the show, which has been bringing us a new look at celebrities over the past years. E! CEO Ted Harbert says the branching out of True Hollywood Stories is something that should have been done years ago. The show is their biggest hit and the network is optimistic about the new spin the series will feature this season. has reported a substantial growth since its humble beginnings in October 2000. The site now hosts over 4,000 active inmate profiles. Owner and operator Adam Lovell is not surprised and attributes this to the unrelenting increase of the U.S. prison population. The U.S. currently houses over two million inmates. A higher percentage of the American population is incarcerated than any other country in the world, and inmates are turning to Lovell's service seeking friendship to make their time behind bars more bearable.

The newest feature at is its online résumé service for inmates being released within the year. The service is provided at no charge to existing members and is designed to help inmates land employment before hitting the streets, something Lovell claims most states are failing to do. "We need to stop releasing and start reintegrating" he says.


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