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Gaming network Venn will launch with 20 hours of live programming on August 5, 2020

Venn, the company looking to be gaming’s answer to 80s era MTV, has revealed the first slate of shows to premier on the network when it launches August 5th, 2020. Working out of studios in Playa Vista in Los Angeles and New York’s World Trade Center (coming in 2021), Venn intends to use 1,000 square feet and 30 million pixels of LED walls and floors to create its interactive shows and narratives. The company is planning a slate of news and talk shows, game shows and documentaries, accoring to a ...
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Fantasia Virtual Announces Second Wave of Titles!

Fantasia Virtual announces second wave of titles! As the Fantasia International Film Festival is prepping to launch its 24th edition in the first-ever virtual event and ahead of its August 20 debut, the second wave of titles set to premiere at the festival have been unveiled for fans across Canada! RELATED: First Wave of Virtual Fantasia International Film Festival Unveiled The Dark and the Wicked…Very Dark and Very Wicked Writer/director Bryan Bertino (The Strangers) takes rural terror ...
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The Osbournes Reunite (Partially) for Travel Channel’s New Paranormal Series

The Osbournes, the heavy-metal family that wowed MTV viewers nearly two decades ago, are set to stage a partial reunion on Travel Channel. Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne will join their son, Jack, for eight hour-long episodes of “The Osbournes Want To Believe,” a series that has Jack Osbourne trying to convince his parents of […]
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Fantasia Fest 2020 Second Wave Includes Killer Jeans, a New Film From the Director of ‘The Strangers’, Mermaids, and More

The virtual Fantasia Fest 2020 just unleashed its second wave of programming, and, as is par for the course for the fest, it’s wild. Full of genre titles, foreign language films, and a movie about a pair of murderous jeans. Because of the coronavirus, Fantasia is going fully virtual this year, with scheduled live screenings, program libraries, panels, and workshops. The fest will also be accessible across Canada and geo-locked to the country. See the line-up of Fantasia 2020 second wave titles ...
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Watch Higher Power Perform 27 Miles Underwater Songs In A Stripped-Down Acoustic Session

We named Higher Power's recent LP 27 Miles Underwater one of the best albums of the year so far. On that record, the Leeds band merged their hardcore roots with a big, anthemic '90s alt-rock sound. And now they're giving us their version of an MTV Unplugged session, sharing a stripped-down, … More »
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MTV Sets Remotely Produced Season of ‘Catfish’ (EXCLUSIVE)

MTV’s “Catfish” is making a return with its first-ever virtual season, Variety has learned exclusively. As the coronavirus pandemic pushed people across the globe to shelter in place and self-quarantine, many may have turned to the internet for social connections. Many others have turned to remote-production to create content, and that is exactly what “Catfish” […]
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This Week In Trailers: The Go-Go’s, The Speed Cubers, Made In Italy, Our Bodies Our Doctors, A Seat At The Table

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we recognize “Our Lips Are Sealed” as the Go-Go’s best single, go cubein’, spend some quality time with Liam Neeson, tackle the cont...
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Brandy Colbert explains how ‘The Voting Booth’ takes two teens on an election day adventure

It’s election day when two 18-year-old high school seniors, Marva Sheridan and Duke Crenshaw, first meet at the local polling place. When Duke learns that his name isn’t on the voter rolls, Marva is ready to drop everything in order to help him exercise his right to vote. It’s a chance encounter that sets off a daylong adventure in the midst of which the two teenagers will learn more about each other and themselves. In “The Voting Booth,” author Brandy Colbert alternates between the perspectives...
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‘Clone High’ Reboot Coming From Original Creators Phil Lord, Chris Miller, and Bill Lawrence

Way, way back in the 2000s, MTV released Clone High, a hilarious animated series about clones of historical figures all attending the same high school. The series came from creators Phil Lord and Chris Miller, and back then, Lord and Miller weren’t the big names they are today. But now things have changed – Lord and Miller are in high-demand and it looks like they’re using their newfound powers to bring back Clone High. The Clone High reboot will be “re-imagined” by Lord and Miller, along with ...
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Lord & Miller’s Clone High Reboot in Development at MTV!

Lord & Miller’s Clone High reboot in development at MTV! Long before bringing Jump Street and LEGOs to the big screen and winning an Oscar with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller co-created the short-lived Clone High and now the cult classic adult animated sitcom is getting the reboot treatment at MTV Studios, according to Deadline. RELATED: Afterparty: Apple Orders Chris Miller & Phil Lord Murder Mystery Comedy Series PB = PB ...
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‘Clone High’ Reboot From Phil Lord, Chris Miller in the Works at MTV Studios

Phil Lord and Chris Miller are rebooting their animated series “Clone High” at MTV, alongside the show’s co-creator Bill Lawrence. Together with MTV Studios and Erica Rivinoja, they will develop and produce new episodes of the animated series. Rivinoja, who was a writer on the original series, will serve as showrunner and will co-write the […]
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Condé Nast employees say Black celebrities like Lizzo and Megan Thee Stallion were rejected from videos based on a 'racist' vetting process

This story is for subscribers to Business Insider. For a brief period, we're making it widely available. For more information on a subscription to Business Insider, click here. Business Insider spoke to 13 current and former employees of Condé Nast Entertainment about the process through which videos are pitched and produced. Condé Nast Entertainment is the famed publisher's video production entity. Sources say this vetting process, which measures the various parts of a pitch against historica...
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Influencers live a pandemic-free fantasy, Quibi dismisses 'YouTuber ideas,' and what's happening with Shane Dawson

Happy Thursday! This is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Influencer Dashboard, our weekly rundown of what's new in the influencer and creator economy. Before we get started, I want to first introduce a new reporter on BI's business of influencers team: Sydney Bradley! You can reach Sydney and say hi at [email protected] and on Twitter @SydneyKBradley. She will be covering Instagram, TikTok, and all things related to the business of internet creators and influencers. And now to the ...
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Beavis and Butt-head are coming back

Mike Judge will revive Beavis and Butt-head for two seasons of the seminal cartoon-cum-cultural criticism. (Heh heh, I wrote "cum," heh heh.) The original TV series aired on MTV from 1993 to 1997 and featured the two teens hilariously deconstructing the very music videos that MTV played at the time. A feature film followed in 1996 and then another MTV season in 2011. Also, I need TP for my bunghole. From the New York Times: Comedy Central said in a news release that its latest “Beavis a...
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Mike Judge’s ‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ is Getting Two New Seasons at Comedy Central

One of the staple cartoons for teens and adults in the 1990s was Beavis and Butt-Head on MTV. Created by and starring Office Space and Idiocracy writer/director Mike Judge, the series focused on two dimwitted, aimless losers as they clumsily made their way through school, their fast food jobs, and life. Now the series is making a comeback with Comedy Central ordering two new seasons with an option to create new spin-offs and specials with the show’s characters. Variety has news on Beavis and...
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Beavis and Butt-Head Revival Gets Two-Season Order at Comedy Central

Beavis and Butt-Head revival gets two-season order at Comedy Central Nearly 23 years since Beavis and Butt-Head had ended its seven-season on MTV in 1997, Comedy Central has announced that they’ve officially given a two-season order to Mike Judge’s upcoming revival of the iconic adult-animated series which will be part of Judge’s new expansive deal with the network. This announcement comes after Comedy Central had recently gave out a series order to the Daria spinoff series Jodie which will ...
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'Beavis and Butt-Head' gets an upgrade with two new seasons by Mike Judge

Comedy Central on Wednesday announced "Beavis and Butt-Head" creator Mike Judge will reimagine the Gen X MTV series in two new seasons. Judge also will create additional spinoffs and specials of the animated series.
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Beavis and Butt-Head Return to TV, Moving From MTV to Comedy Central

Beavis and Butt-Head are heading back to the couch--again. MTV's hit '90s animated series about a pair of snickering teenage couch potatoes is returning to the airwaves, but this time the show will air on Comedy Central. The network, which like MTV is owned by ViacomCBS, has made a deal with series creator Mike Judge...
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New Episodes Of Beavis And Butt-Head Announced

The two most influential music critics of the '90s are back. The New York Times reports that two new seasons of Beavis And Butt-Head, the beloved and reviled '90s MTV cartoon, are coming to television. Creator Mike Judge has been enlisted to write, produce, and voice the new episodes. According to a press … More »
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How to watch Catfish online: Stream all 144 episodes for free

With heaps of drama and plenty of laughs, MTV's classic Catfish series is available to stream for free online.
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YouTube TV Jacks Up Pricing To Become Most Expensive Cable TV Alternative

On Tuesday, Google's YouTube TV announced a monthly $15 price hike, bringing its streaming package of channels to $64.99 monthly, from $49.99. "YouTube TV is now the most expensive of the cable TV streaming alternative services," notes USA Today. "When YouTube TV launched in 2017, it was $35." From the report: In a company blog post, YouTube defended its decision by announcing the availability of additional channels from Viacom, including MTV and Nickelodeon. The move is effective Tuesday for ne...
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MTV VMAs will happen as planned in New York City

The MTV show must go on -- with some adjustments.
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MTV Video Music Awards Set for August 30 at Barclays Center

MTV Video Music Awards Set for August 30 at Barclays Center Deadline is reporting that New York City is set to host the MTV Video Music Awards on August 30 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Governor Andrew Cuomo confirmed the date and venue, saying, “The event will follow all safety guidance, including limited or no audience.” PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]...
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MTV’s VMAs to Be Held at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center With ‘Limited or No’ Audience, Governor Cuomo Says

An MTV rep confirmed to Variety last month that the network was working with city officials to hold the VMAs at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on August 30, and said further details would be forthcoming. On Monday morning, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said that the show will take place with “limited or no audience,” which […]
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New York Gov. Cuomo Approves VMAs At Barclays Center With “Limited Or No Audience”

Last month, we found out that MTV was looking into the possibility of holding their 36th annual Video Music Awards at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn later this summer. Today, that plan has taken a step toward reality. In a press conference on Monday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that MTV has … More »
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Premature Evaluation: Hum Inlet

The members of the beloved space-rock band Hum have always followed a unique orbit. While appearing on MTV's 120 Minutes in 1998 to promote the then-new album Downward Is Heavenward, vocalist/guitarist Matt Talbott and guitarist Tim Lash wore, respectively, a full-body chicken suit and a gray rabbit costume. Host Matt Pinfield very pointedly didn't reference … More »
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TV News Roundup: National Geographic Unveils This Year’s ‘Sharkfest’ Line-Up

In today’s TV News Roundup, National Geographic unveiled the line-up of this year’s “Sharkfest,” and Quibi renewed “Punk’d” and “Singled Out.” RENEWALS Quibi has announced it has renewed “Punk’d” and “Singled Out” for second seasons. “Punk’d” is a revival of the MTV series of the same name. Hosted by Chance the Rapper, the series features […]
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How ‘Saving Private Ryan’ and ’28 Days Later’ Influenced the Look of ‘The Challenge: Total Madness’

After two years away from “The Challenge” franchise, director of photography Jason “Ninja” Williams returned for the landmark 35th season of the MTV reality competition. The third in a trilogy of increasingly intense physical competitions, the season, subtitled “Total Madness,” was a post-apocalyptic theme that saw the players living in an underground bunker and tasked […]
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‘Jodie’: ‘Daria’ Spin-Off Starring Tracee Ellis Ross Picked Up by Comedy Central

Daria, the pinnacle of ’90s animated irony, is entering the modern age with a new animated spin-off series titled Jodie. Comedy Central has given a series order to Jodie, which will star Golden Globe winner Tracee Ellis Ross as the voice of the titular lead. Created and written by Grace Edwards (Insecure, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), Jodie follows one of Daria’s friends in Lawndale High as she graduates college and enters the workforce. Deadline reports that the Daria spin-off series Jodie ha...
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‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run’ Headed Direct to Digital and CBS All Access in 2021

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run is the latest big studio pic to skip theaters entirely and head directly to digital. But there’s a twist! Instead of arriving this year, which would seem to make the most sense, Sponge on the Run won’t arrive until 2021. The movie was originally set to open in theaters next month before being pushed to August, but now it’ll skip theaters – and 2020 – entirely. Variety has the report about the Sponge on the Run release change. Rather than hit theaters on...
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