MTV2 Announces New Shows World Star TV & ADD-TV
MTV2 is beefing up their original programming next month with the announcement of two new shows and a new season of one of its popular properties. World Star, the hub of online fights and all thing ratchet, will get its own show and All Def Digital boss Russell Simmon is behind the ADD-TV series.
World Star TV will most likely mirror the antics and content currently found on World Star’s website. ADD-TV comes to fans by way of Simmon’s media company. Also, Charlamagne Tha God’s Uncommon Sense returns for a third season and will be aired live from MTV’s headquarters in New York.
More from the press release:
“World Star TV,” a 10-episode weekly series set to debut on February 3 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT, will be hosted by Chris Powell, known as Comedian CP who has been featured in All Def Digital’s recent HBO standup comedy special “All Def Comedy” and Fox’s “Empire.” Chris will hold court in the World Star VIP Lounge and be joined by a panel of comedians, correspondents and cultural tastemakers who will offer hilarious commentary on the funniest clips from the wildly popular digital destination, World Star Hip Hop. The series will also include original sketches and man-on-the-street segments, along with celebrity guests from a pool of today’s hottest names in rap.
“ADD-TV,” the three-episode half-hour special series will air immediately following “World Star TV” at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT and will bring the best of All Def Digital’s content to a linear platform. Each episode will feature top emerging comedians, social media influencers and All Def Digital’s in-house talent and staff in various segments and sketches that address cultural, racial and gender stereotypes, or situations that are just plain funny, through ADD’s unique brand of comedy.
“Uncommon Sense Live” will premiere live on February 24 at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT following an all-new episode of “World Star TV.” Heading into its third season, MTV2 is reinventing the Charlamagne Tha God-hosted series as a live weekly destination to make “uncommon sense” out of the news stories striking a chord with today’s younger generation. Viewers will also have the opportunity to call or Skype in as Charlamagne and guests have in-depth, open and real conversations exploring all sides of an issue.”
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