Who Is FBoy Island's Greg Metelus?

Reality TV dating shows have become all the rage in recent years, and HBO Max's latest offering in the genre — "FBOY Island" — sets out to discover if three single women looking for love will be able to tell the "FBoys" apart from the "nice guys" (via People). 

Hosted by comedian Nikki Glaser, the new series includes a grand total of 24 male contestants between the ages of 22 and 35 — 12 of whom identify as "nice guys" and the other half who consider themselves "FBoys." Throughout the season, each of the three female contestants must date their way through the guys on offer and try to determine which man belongs to which group. 

One of the male contestants to be featured in the "FBOY Island" lineup is Greg Metelus, who will no doubt hope to stand out in the crowd among his "FBoy" and "nice guy" counterparts. And, if you're hoping to learn more about Greg's life outside the show, you've come to the right place.

Everything you need to know about FBoy Island's Greg Metelus

According to Screen Rant, 25-year-old Greg Metelus is a model and content creator from Los Angeles. Outside of work, Greg's hobbies include playing sports, spending time with family, drawing, and taking good care of himself — especially his beard. Elsewhere, Greg's skills as a content creator appear to translate to his own social media pages, and the reality star boasts an impressive 293,000 Instagram followers at the time of writing, a number that is likely to grow.

As mentioned, the HBO Max series is hosted by comedian Nikki Glaser, who, according to Deadline, previously revealed that she "said yes immediately" when approached by the streaming platform to host "FBoy Island."

"As a massive fan of this genre, hosting this show was a true dream. I look forward to hosting for the next 43 seasons," Glaser said. "I knew going into it that a show created and produced by the people behind my two favorite shows — 'The Bachelor' and 'Love Is Blind' — was going to be insanely good, but this one exceeded my expectations. I already know what happens and I can't wait to watch it every week."