12 Angry Viewers was a television show in the United States on MTV between 1997- 98. ...more on Wikipedia about "12 Angry Viewers"
120 Minutes was a television show dedicated to alternative and indie music. It ran on MTV and MTV2 from 1986-2003. For the first ten years, one could see artists as varied as Kate Bush, The Ramones, Morrissey, Kitchens of Distinction and Hüsker Dü. For a time in the mid-'90s, a companion program called Alternative Nation aired every weeknight on MTV. But as time went on, and MTV found shows like the Real World immensely profitable, the show found its time slot pushed further and further back. Perhaps adding insult to injury, the playlist was becoming more and more mainstream, playing the likes of Sum 41 and Staind and the show became increasingly pre-empted (usually without any warning) for reruns of The Real World and Undressed before being removed from the airwaves in the spring of 2000. In 2001, the show returned to the airwaves on MTV2, where it returned to the style of music it was known for. ...more on Wikipedia about "120 Minutes"
2ge+her is a fictional boy band (similar to Spinal Tap or the Monkees) whose composition, songs, and formation story is a direct parody of the boy bands of the late 1990s such as *NSYNC and Backstreet Boys. They were part of an MTV movie and an MTV television series, both of the name 2gether. ...more on Wikipedia about "2ge+her"
3 South was a short-lived cartoon on MTV. The show focused on two life-long friends, Sanford and Del, and their adventures at the fictional Barder College. With the exception of their roommate Joe, everyone on campus is incredibly stupid and inept. The series is created by Family Guy veteran writer Mark Hentemann, and is to-date the only animated series produced for MTV by Warner Bros. Animation. ...more on Wikipedia about "3 South"
In 1996, MTV began to air a television show aimed directly at the electronic music, techno and rave crowd. It was called AMP, created by Todd Mueller with associate producer V Owen Bush and editor Burle Avant . ...more on Wikipedia about "Amp (MTV)"
Apartment 2F was an MTV sitcom based around Randy Sklar and Jason Sklar's characters living in New York City. The show aired from July 13, 1997 through November of 1997 with rave reviews including The Hollywood Reporter declaring that the Sklars' could be the Seinfeld of the late '90's. ...more on Wikipedia about "Apartment 2F"
Artist Collection is a music video show on MTV2. ...more on Wikipedia about "Artist Collection"
Austin Stories was MTV's first ever prime time situation comedy, which debuted September 10, 1997, to widespread critical and ratings success. The show completed its first season with twelve episodes filmed on location in Austin, Texas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Austin Stories"
Beavis and Butt-head is an animated series that originally aired on the cable television channel MTV from 1993 to 1997 and can now be seen in syndication on Comedy Central. Each show contains short cartoons centering around a pair of post-pubescent teenagers by the names of Beavis and Butt-head who live and go to school in the fictional town of Highland. These cartoons were broken up by short breaks in which Beavis and Butt-head watch music videos and poke fun at them. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beavis and Butt-head"
Buzzkill was a hidden camera reality show created in 1995 by three aspiring actors from the Chicago area for the MTV network. The show was essentially a series of elaborate pranks (backed, of course, by a major television network's budget) played not only on the layman but often on celebrities and major public figures. The show's most memorable moment was when one of the principal pranksters(Frank Hudetz) disguised himself as famous designer Isaac Mizrahi. The likeness was so uncanny that he fooled superstar Whitney Houston at an awards show; when Houston discovered the error, she felt made a fool of and vowed never to appear on MTV again. After 13 episodes the show was canceled due to litigation concerns at MTV. Ironically, because of Buzzkill more outrageous reality shows were created at MTV including The Tom Green Show, Jackass, and Punk'd. ...more on Wikipedia about "Buzzkill"
Cartoon Sushi was an animation showcase program that aired on MTV from 1997 to 1998. As a collection of animation shorts, Cartoon Sushi was of similar concept and format to MTV's own Liquid Television. Unlike its predecessor, Cartoon Sushi featured claymation and CGI as well as traditional cel animation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cartoon Sushi"
Celebrity Deathmatch is a claymation parody television show spoofing professional wrestling that pitted celebrities against each other in the ring, almost always ending in the death of the celebrity who lost the match. The series was created by Eric Fogel. It aired on MTV from May 14, 1998 to October 20, 2002, and lasted for a 75 episode run. There was one special that didn't contribute to the final episode total, entitled "Celebrity Deathmatch Hits Germany", which aired on June 21, 2001. Professional wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin gave voice to his animated form as the Guest Commentator. Early in 2003, a movie was announced by MTV to be in the making, but the project was cancelled by the end of that very same year. In 2005, MTV2 announced that the show was returning in November 2005 as part of their Sic 'Em Fridays block. ...more on Wikipedia about "Celebrity Deathmatch"
Damage Control is a reality TV series by MTV. Hosted by Simple Plan frontman Pierre Bouvier, the show is a real-life version of Risky Business. It first aired on MTV on March 6, 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "Damage Control"
Daria is an animated television show created by Glenn Eichler and Susie Lewis Lynn and was a spin-off of Beavis and Butt-head. Both shows were produced by MTV's now-defunct animation department. Daria has been bought by broadcasters in more than twenty countries - see Daria International . ...more on Wikipedia about "Daria"
Date My Mom is a television dating show airing on MTV and produced by Kallissa Productions. An 18-24 year-old straight or gay male or lesbian female goes on 3 separate dates with 3 moms who try to convince them to pick their child to date. The dater only meets the mothers and makes his or her decision solely on their impression of the mother and her descriptions of her child. ...more on Wikipedia about "Date My Mom"
The Definitive is a show on MTV2. ...more on Wikipedia about "Definitive (TV show)"
Diary is a show that follows celebrities through their everyday lives. MTV originally began airing the series in the early 2000s, following people such as Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, and Chris Rock. ...more on Wikipedia about "Diary (tv show)"
Dirty Sanchez, known as Team Sanchez in the United States, is the name of a British television series, created by MTV as a British version of their popular series Jackass. It features three Welshmen, Matthew Pritchard, Lee Dainton, Michael "Pancho" Locke and one man from Plymouth, Dan Joyce. They met together through a mutual love of skateboarding and a crude sense of humour, whereby they try and outdo each other by causing as much pain and humiliation as possible to each other. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dirty Sanchez (television series)"
Doggy Fizzle Televizzle was a sketch comedy show starring the rap musician Snoop Dogg. It was aired on MTV in 2002 until 2003. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doggy Fizzle Televizzle"
Dogshitter Wants© is a series of ten short cartoons broadcast during the early hours of the morning on MTV2. The programme was made by an animator called Matt Miller in Flash. It is self-proclaimed, "Officially the most best insane cartoon." It was puzzling statements such as these, in particular, that helped it gain initial notoriety. It also sparked immediate controversy through its inflammatory name and subliminal content. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dogshitter Wants©"
Downtown was an animated series on MTV on urban life, based on interviews with real people. The show follows a diverse and multiracial cast who live in New York City. It was created by Chris Prynoski, a former animator on Beavis and Butt-Head. ...more on Wikipedia about "Downtown (TV series)"
Headbangers Ball is a television show about Heavy metal music that began on MTV in the 1980s, airing heavy metal and hard rock music videos late at night, from both well-known and more obscure artists, offering an often stark contrast to Top 40 music videos shown during the day. ...more on Wikipedia about "Headbangers Ball"
House of Style was an MTV show that premiered January 1st, 1989 that focused on America's growing facination with the " super model" craze. The show focused on fashion, lives of models, the modeling industry, and controversial topics such as eating disorders. ...more on Wikipedia about "House of Style"
I Bet You Will is a show on MTV that pays people to do outrageous things for money. It was created by Morgan Spurlock, later famous for Super Size Me ...more on Wikipedia about "I Bet You Will"
Idiot Savants was a television program in the game show format. It debuted on December 9, 1996 on the MTV network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Idiot Savants (game show)"
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