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The SCREAM TV series based on the hit film franchise is going to be changing the iconic Ghostface mask. Rumors are swirling on just what exactly producers have in store for the show but it is said to have a more organic updated look.
Now that reality lurks around every corner, we forget how monumental The Osbournes actually was, taking us into the homes and the lives of the Osbourne parents and their then-teenaged children. Love them or hate them, Ozzy, Sharon, Jack and Kelly continued in the public eye after the widely-watched reality series.
Are you ready to watch a popular film series get turned into a television show that doesn’t share any of the attributes that made the franchise a success? Your chance is coming next year.
Every so often, a film sequel gets made despite having zilch to do with the original film. It happens less often on TV, but that’s exactly what’s happening with MTV’s upcoming Scream series, based on the highly lucrative film franchise of the same name.
There's good news and bad news, Awkward fans. The good news is, Awkward will return for Season 5. The bad news is that the fifth season will be the last. Hey, no one said high school would last forever.
The pint-sized reality star rose to fame as a drunk loudmouth but has successfully rebranded herself as a sweet family woman, thanks to gigs on Snooki & Jwoww and Dancing with the Stars. We’ve kept up with weight loss and pregnancies, thanks to her numerous reality roles, and now it seems we’ll get the opportunity to head into the delivery room with Snooki and her husband Jionni LaValle via a live television appearance.
The 2014 MTV Video Music Awards are just around the corner. The spectacle is set to hit the schedule on August 24, and with that in mind, the pesky advocates on the Parents Television Councile have petitioned for less hanky panky this year. Only, the PTC would never use such language as hanky panky. Instead, they’ve asked MTV to avoid any sort of "public relations kerfuffle."
MTV’s Scream TV project has been really on the ball over the past several weeks, hiring a slew of young faces to play key roles. Although a good chunk of the show’s casting news has been recent, on Friday it leaked that the lineup will actually be changing.
When Wes Craven’s Scream first twisted up theaters back in 1996, it largely turned actors like Neve Campbell, Jamie Kennedy and Matthew Lillard into (temporary) household names. MTV has rounded up a similarly big cast of relatively unknown attractive people for their upcoming Scream pilot,
Jeong has been given his own MTV pilot, suitably titled Ken Jeong Made Me Do It. (Understandably, this wouldn’t be the title if he weren’t involved.) Can he do “coming of age” comedy, or is he only good at delivering borderline offensive material with all or part of his ass sticking out?
Remember MTV’s Buckwild? It was supposed to be the heir apparent to Jersey Shore, a steamy West Virginia mess about hard drinking and hooking up, but executives decided to pull the plug after several arrests and a cast member death.
About as relevant to the gay lifestyle as Modern Family is, Faking It shoots for the stars, but only hits a bunch of brightly colored rainbows on “Vote for Me” posters. Maybe this is how high school goes now, and I’m just a half-generation too early to understand.
Things are about to get seriously Awkward. on MTV tonight as the cable channel's comedy returns for the first part of its fourth season. MTV released an extended preview for Season 4, which teases the start of Jenna Hamilton's senior year.
As you guys all know, the first rule of Scream Franchise is you don’t talk about…Wait, that’s something else. I’m pretty sure Scream’s first rule pertained more to not having sex or doing drugs, lest a vicious murderer serve up a vicious penance for those sins. We’re expecting a pronounced lack of hardcore sex and drugs when the Scream TV series makes its debut on MTV, but there’s a silver lining, as director Wes Craven is returning to his co-creation to direct the pilot episode!
When I was a kid, Disney aired a TV movie called Student Exchange about two high school outcasts who reinvent themselves as foreign exchange students and suddenly become cool. It's amazing what a tanning bed, some new accents and a bit of Euro-fashion will do for a kid in the 80s. Watching the trailer for MTV's Faking It prompted a quick flashback of the guilty pleasure TV movie from my youth.