High School Stories

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High School Stories
Genre Drama
News
Directed by Danielle Berger
Matthew Blaine
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4 (as of October 4, 2010)
No. of episodes TBA
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network MTV
MTV2
Original release February 2, 2004 (2004-02-02)

High School Stories: Scandals, Pranks, and Controversies is an original program that aired on the MTV network that featured stories of pranks, scandals, and controversies kids took part in when they were in high school.[1] MTV searched for interesting stories across the United States via the internet and news reports. It airs on MTV2 and occasionally on MTV.[citation needed] A new season started on October 4, 2010, on MTV2 that would air on Monday through Thursday mornings.

Format[edit]

Each episode is 30 minutes long and focuses on one American high school per episode. The first half of the episode is generally focused on the planning and execution of the prank while the second half focuses on the controversy and disciplinary consequences that follow. The show occasionally focuses on events or controversies a high school or its students have faced—the show does not necessarily involve a prank or practical joke.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Petrozzello, Donna (30 January 2004). "Pranksters Learn Lesson in 'School'". Television. New York Daily News. p. 118. 

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