The reboot to ‘TRL’ may not have exactly proven itself to be the most lucrative decision during MTV’s revamp (click here to read more), but that certainly served as no deterrent for the network’s execs to continue rebirthing some of its classics from yesteryear.
Shortly after announcing they’d be digging ‘Real World’ from the vault (click here to read more on that), news surfaced it would just be one of many shows the network is set to reboot from its glory days.
Click inside to see what names accompany the likes of ‘Daria’ and more:
All four projects are being produced via MTV Studios and will be shopped to outside linear networks and SVOD platforms. In success, MTV Studios will produce a slate for outlets beyond Viacom with a focus on beloved series, franchises and spinoffs.
With more than 200 titles created during MTV’s 35-year-plus run, MTV Studios hopes to mine the Viacom-owned cable network’s library of young adult series and franchises. The slate also includes new docuseries The Valley (in the spirit of the hits The Hills and Siesta Key) and MTV’s Straight Up Ghosted (which reconnects lost friends who have been, you guessed it, ghosted).
Click here to read the full interview with one of the channel’s execs.