List of programs broadcast by MTV

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This article is about shows that have aired on MTV in the United States. For MTV's sister channel, MTV2, see List of programs broadcast by MTV2. For all of MTV's international channels, see List of MTV channels.

MTV, the first music television channel in the United States, has produced many television shows since its 1981 founding. This is an incomplete list of MTV shows that have aired.

Current[edit]

Music series[edit]

Title Premiere date
Clubland 2012
MTV Unplugged 1989
MTV First 2011
Music Feed March 30, 2009

Reality series[edit]

Title Premiere date
16 and Pregnant June 11, 2009
Catfish: The TV Show November 12, 2012
Follow the Rules October 26, 2015
The Real World May 21, 1992
Teen Mom OG December 8, 2009
Teen Mom 2 January 11, 2011
Todrick 2015
True Life March 31, 1998
Virgin Territory July 16, 2014

Competitive series[edit]

Title Premiere date
Are You the One? January 21, 2014
Broke Ass Game Show February 5, 2015
The Challenge June 1, 1998
House of Food 2014
Snack-Off 2014

Comedy series[edit]

Title Premiere date
Girl Code April 23, 2013
Greatest Party Story Ever January 14, 2016
Middle of the Night Show October 8, 2015
Ridiculousness August 29, 2011

Scripted series[edit]

Title Premiere date
Awkward. July 19, 2011
Faking It April 22, 2014
Scream June 30, 2015
Teen Wolf June 5, 2011
The Shannara Chronicles January 5, 2016

Acquired series[edit]

Title Premiere date
New Girl August 15, 2015[1][2]
How I Met Your Mother January 11, 2016

from Comedy Central[edit]

Title Premiere date
South Park 2009 – 2010; October 4, 2015 (current run)[3]

from Nickelodeon[edit]

Title Premiere date
The Ren & Stimpy Show 1992–1998; February 5, 2016 (current run)

from Spike[edit]

Title Premiere date
1000 Ways To Die 2008–2012; February 8, 2016 (current run)

Future programming[edit]

Title Premiere date Reference(s)
MTV Suspect February 24, 2016 [4]

Former programing[edit]

Music series[edit]

Title Premiere date End date
12 Angry Viewers 1997 1998
120 Minutes March 10, 1986 2000
All Things Rock 2002 2005
Alternative Nation 1992 1997
Amp September 6, 1996 2001
The Base
BeatSuite 1999 2000
The Big Ten 2006 2008
Brand New 1998 1998
Club MTV September 13, 1985 June 26, 1992
Dance Floor 1996 1997
Dance Floor Chart Show 1996 1996
Dial MTV February 17, 1986 1996
Direct Effect September 25, 2000 2005
Eye Spy Video 1998 1998
FNMTV June 13, 2008 December 5, 2008
Friday Night Video Fights
Greatest Hits
The Grind June 29, 1992 November 28, 1997
Hangin' with MTV 1992 1992
Headbangers Ball April 18, 1987 January 28, 1995
Heavy Metal Mania 1985 1987
Hip Hop POV April 12, 2012
Hot 1996 1997
The Hot Zone 1999 2001
I.R.S. Records Presents The Cutting Edge March 1983 September 1987
Kickstart
Lunch with Jesse 1998 2000
Making the Video 1999 2009
Mandy 2000 2000
Morning Mix
Music Non Stop
MTV Dance
MTV Live (live show) 1997 (in-studio)
2007 (concert)
1998 (in-studio)
2008 (concert)
MTV Soul 2002 2002
MTV XPO
PostModern MTV
Prime Time Players 2002 2003
The Return of the Rock 1999 2001
Rock Block
Rock Line 1990 1992
Say What? 1998 1999
Select MTV
So 90's
The Soul
Spankin' New Music 1999 2001
Street Party 1989 1992
Sucker Free on MTV 2006 2008
Superock 1995 1995
Top 20 Video Countdown 1984 1997
Top Selection
Total Request 1997 1998
Total Request Live (TRL) September 14, 1998 November 16, 2008
TRL Wannabes 1999 2000
Video Clash 2002 2004
Video Clichés 1999 1999
We're Dancin' 1982 1983
Yo! 1996 1999
Yo! MTV Raps August 6, 1988 August 17, 1995

News series[edit]

For more information about MTV's news division, see MTV News.

Reality series[edit]

Celebrity[edit]

Competitive series[edit]

Comedy series[edit]

Drama series[edit]

Animated series[edit]

Talk shows[edit]

Acquired series[edit]

Special events[edit]

Seasonal or annual[edit]

  • All Access Week (1999–2002)
  • Camp MTV (1989)
  • Fashionably Loud (1997)
  • Hottest MCs in the Game (2007–present)
  • Isle of MTV Malta Special (1999–present)
  • Motel California (1997)
  • MTV Tr3s presents: The Wintery Christmas Fiesta (2007–2008)
  • MTV's Beach House
  • MTV's Live and Loud (1993)
  • MTV's New Year's Eve (1981–present)
  • MTV's Shore Thing (2002)
  • MTV's Summer Share (1998)
  • SoCal Summer (2000)
  • Springer Break (1998)
  • Summer in the Keys (2001)
  • Summer on the Run (2004)
  • Summer on the Strip (2005)
  • Summer Sizzle (2006)
  • Spankin' Free Music Week (1999–2005)
  • Spankin' New Music Week (2006)

Award shows[edit]

For a full list of MTV's international award shows, see List of MTV award shows.

Public awareness campaigns[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ng, Philiana (12 August 2014). "'New Girl' Cable Rights Go to TBS, MTV". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 16 July 2015. 
  2. ^ http://www.locatetv.com/tv/new-girl/7268320
  3. ^ "MTV schedule for October 4, 2015". Archived from the original on 4 October 2015. 
  4. ^ "MTV Suspect". MTV.com. 
  5. ^ Donlon, Brian (August 11, 1988). "MTV takes a spin beyond videos". USA Today. p. 03D.  |section= ignored (help)
  6. ^ Masters, Megan (March 13, 2013). "Exclusive: MTV Sets Premiere Dates for The Show With Vinny and Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous". TV Line. Retrieved March 15, 2013. 
  7. ^ "Andy Warhol's Fifteen Minutes". Warholstars. Retrieved January 12, 2010. 
  8. ^ "MTV Bringing Back Live Daytime Programming". PerezHilton.com. August 9, 2010. Retrieved October 24, 2012. 
  9. ^ http://rugratonline.free.fr/time9095.html. Retrieved 5 February 2016.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  10. ^ "The Kids' Plate : NETWORK, CABLE AND INDEPENDENTS OFFER A FULL COURSE OF LIVE-ACTION AND ANIMATION". Los Angeles Times. 29 August 1993. Retrieved 5 February 2016. 

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