The music channel will bring the show – which centres around two socially inept rock/metal-loving teenage boys – back to a whole new generation of fans.
MTV revealed the comeback on Wednesday, February 2 in New York as the cast of “Skins” announced the good news. The animated series will premiere this summer, after a 14 year break – Beavis and Butt-head originally aired from March 8, 1993, to November 28, 1997.
Music can count on its champion Alexa Chung, as she returns for a new series of MTV Music’s flagship show, Gonzo. The show will bring you the latest in trendsetting music, the hottest rising stars and up to the minute gossip.
Gonzo keeps all its old promises and brings new ones, with Alexa interviewing the biggest stars in the music hemisphere, plus the front runners from the world of celebrity. It continues to bring you your favourite artists just how you like them – close to the bone and un-edited. No tricks, no gloss, Gonzo brings you the misbehaviour and controversy as it happens.
In a revealing documentary, MTV Music is exclusively inviting viewers into the crazy world of Nicki Minaj to discover the woman behind the headlines.
One of the hottest acts to enter the global music scene this year, Minaj is on the brink of achieving superstar status and is set to dominate the charts with a string of unforgettable hits from her incredible debut album, Pink Friday. Often compared to Lady GaGa, Minaj’s wacky outfits and eccentric behaviour have already racked up an impressive number of column inches and secured her high profile collaborations with the likes of Rihanna and will.i.am.
Last night, MTV turned New York City inside out for the “2009 Video Music Awards” as the network celebrated a legend and brought together the biggest names in music, TV, film and sports. Live from Radio City Music Hall, VMA icon Madonna opened the show and introduced the emotional and heartfelt tribute to Michael Jackson. Janet Jackson was joined onstage by the most renowned choreographers in the world and Michael’s tour dancers, all of whom were influenced by the “King of Pop,” for a memorable and high energy performance. To honor her brother and his illustrious career, the dancers recreated some of his most memorable music videos including “Thriller,” “Bad,” “Smooth Criminal” and “Scream.” The celebration received a standing ovation and set the tone for the most important evening in music and pop culture.
MTV grants fans another exclusive preview of one of the most anticipated films and soundtracks of the year, The Twilight Saga: New Moon during the “2009 MTV Video Music Awards” on Sunday, September 13. After revealing the film’s first trailer at the “2009 MTV Movie Awards,” the network will once again treat viewers to an expanded trailer from Summit Entertainment’s second installment from the widely popular Twilight series that opens in theaters November 20, 2009.
MTV have announced that they intend to remake 80′s hit movie, ‘Teen Wolf.’
The Hollywood Reporter states:
The 1985 film starred Michael J. Fox as a teenager who discovers he is a werewolf. The MTV version will be set in high school, draw from the horror genre to explore werewolf mythology and include a romantic plot line.
London’s hippest event, The Camden Crawl, takes place this year on 24 and 25 April, and MTV Two has exclusive highlights from the weekend. This year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever featuring 150 artists playing in 40 venues over the two day festival.
MTV has exclusive performances from London’s legendary Roundhouse featuring Little Boots, The Enemy and Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs.
It looks like Russell Brand is well on his way cracking America. He may have offended many Americans when he presented the MTV VMA’s earlier this week but it seems as though the bigwigs at MTV were impressed nonetheless and want him to do it again!
‘MTV told me they want me to do it again,’ said Russell to The Sun.
‘Afterwards they were really thrilled. There was a 20 per cent increase in viewers from last year’s show and wow, isn’t life exciting. Read more & comment »