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It’s common knowledge that there are more commercials during TV programs than there used to be. While adding a few seconds here or there hasn’t been all that noticeable, there are a few channels that are pretty bad offenders, with commercial breaks running as long as 8-10 minutes.
Ever since TV first came around, a plethora of different networks have come and gone that were dedicated to all manner of programming. Those that suck around haven't always stayed the same, though, and here are 8 channels that are nothing like they used to be.
To be expected, every nook and cranny of the Internet overflowed with loving tributes to Wes Craven and his illustrious career following the filmmaker's death on Sunday. We will probably see televised accolades over the next few weeks, and the first of those will come this week.
Anyone who is generally familiar with Miley Cyrus’ VMA performances should know that she’s a bit out there in terms of costumes and general personality. This year, however, MTV actually handed Miley Cyrus the mic and asked her to host the whole shindig, which led to numerous costume changes, some wilder than the last.
The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards haven't even aired yet and they're already stirring up controversy. The Parents Television Council has sent a letter urging advertisers to reconsider buying commercial time during the broadcast, largely because of host Miley Cyrus.
Years ago, Carson Daly was the host of MTV’s Total Request Live, which gave audiences a chance to listen to the ten most requested music videos of that day. Only, it looks like sometimes those “requests” were completely made up by the producers.
In its first episode, MTV’s Scream had one of its characters saying that slasher storylines could never work as TV shows, since they burned bright and told temporary stories. MTV doesn't agree, though, and they're giving the show another season.
Who would have thought that an MTV series based on a 1980’s Michael J. Fox comedy would have such legs. While Teen Wolf may have struck many an as odd choice for the basis of a supernatural series nobody can argue with the success its had, and will continue to have, now that’s it’s been renewed for another season.
We’re on the verge of MTV’s new series based on the Scream franchise, and the network is so sure about their show that they’ve posted the first eight minutes (actually more like seven and change) online so you know what you’re in for. We get to see the“Drew Barrymore scene” that actress Bella Thorne had already told us about about.
When MTV debuts Scream later this month, it will mark the latest big screen horror film to get a small screen reimagining. New details have surfaced regarding the new mask's origins, and it sounds quite a bit like another monstrous horror franchise.
When someone makes a reference to the movie Scream, there’s a 99.999% chance that the first thing that comes to mind is the iconic Ghostface mask. And now with MTV’s news Scream series, we’ll have a whole other mask to think about.
MTV’s Scream series is almost here and thanks to some comments from the producers, we now have a bit more information about what the show will be. It turns out, Scream will have a lot in common with Friday Night Lights and Twin Peaks.
Earlier this year, MTV released a thriller television series based off of the R.L. Stine novel of the same name, Eye Candy. The show had mixed reviews but starred talented Victoria Justice, so there was hope. Looks like that hope was quickly lost though, as Victoria Justice herself confirmed to fans that the technothriller series would not be making it to a second season.
Wes Craven’s Scream trilogy is one of the most popular and successful horror franchises to ever exist, and MTV is trying to keep the thrills alive with their upcoming TV series take on the well-worn “killer in a mask” tropes. Here's the first trailer.
Yo, dawg. We all know by now not to believe everything we see on TV – or even anything we see on TV – but you’d think that a series would at LEAST live up to its name. MTV's Pimp My Ride apparently did not do that at all.