4:21 pm, November 21st | by Colette McIntyre
MTV has really gone and bungled it up this time…
4:28 pm, October 3rd | by Colette McIntyre
…Which means they ran away and almost cried.
12:39 pm, September 26th | by Colette McIntyre
Two Guys Named Joshis the perfect web series to watch while cracking open some brewskies with your road dogs.
5:30 pm, September 13th | by Colette McIntyre
Today’s Read of the Day are the magnificent, hilarious, pearl-clutching complaints that the FCC received following Miley Cyrus’ now infamous VMA performance.
5:30 pm, August 27th | by Colette McIntyre
Today’s Read of the Day is a piece called “15 Hottest Sideboobs at the VMA’s” that was published on CollegeHumor. I know what you are thinking. I know exactly what you are thinking. I know you are confused — I was confused too. Just trust the process.
3:43 pm, August 26th | by Colette McIntyre
We can’t stop (SEE WHAT WE DID THERE!?) talking about Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance — the tongue-wagging, the teddy bears, the #THICKE, the cultural appropriation! There are already a ton of articulate, contextual pop cultural criticisms of Cyrus’ twerk-a-palooza; this won’t be one of them.
5:15 pm, April 5th | by Corinne Freilicher
MTV’s True Life seems be the only MTV program that has stayed consistent with how MTV used to be. The show still has the feeling of peeking into someone else’s life without feeling that the cameras are changing the perception. Unfortunately, some of what you end up seeing is pretty depressing. I recently caught an episode called “True Life: I Have a High Maintenance Girlfriend,” but it really should have been called, “True Life: I’m a Douchebag In a Toxic Relationship.”
4:30 pm, March 6th | by Diana Gerstacker
MTV’s reality show The Hills ended in 2010. Lauren Conrad left before the show ended but despite the end of her regular appearances on MTV, she has maintained a relatively high profile. She has written novels, has her own fashion line and a successful website.
1:30 pm, September 12th | by Sarah Devlin
WakeBrothers, a show I have no desire to see, is about two brothers/man children, Phil and Bob Soven, who happen to both be professional wakeboarders. As far as I can tell the show is essentially a reality TV version of The Odd Couple, juiced up for MTV with the addition of eXXtreme sports and plenty of bro-ing down. On its face, none of those things are problematic. Unfortunately, this promo, first aired on July 6th, 2012, but re-aired as recently as last week, sure is.
3:00 pm, July 21st | by Laura Donovan
Wasn’t “Mean Girls” enough?