MTV has recast one of the leads in its TV adaptation of Scream, Deadline.com reports.
Original Teen Mom cast members Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell and Maci Bookout are returning for a new reality show, MTV announced this week. They'll also appear on a catch-up special that will air on the fall.
Beyonce continues to run the world — at least as far as the MTV Video Music Awards are concerned.
The singer leads the 2014 VMA nominees, scoring eight nods on Thursday, including Video of the Year, Best Female Video and Best Collaboration (for "Drunk in Love" with her husband Jay Z).
TRL is back! For a day, anyway.
MTV and singer Ariana Grande are reviving the countdown show, which will air for one day next month with the title Total Ariana Live.
MTV has ordered a 10-episode second season of Faking It, the network announced Monday.
Faking It is MTV's highest-rated new series this year, scoring an average of 1.4 million viewers each week. The scripted comedy tells the story of two best friends (Katie Stevens and Rita Volk) who pretend to be gay in order to become popular.
Ice Cube has come under fire.
The rapper/actor told USA Today that he and Kevin Hart were "robbed" of the Best On-Screen Duo award at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards for their co-starring roles in Ride Along. The award went to Vin Diesel and the late Paul Walker for Fast & Furious 6 — a victory Ice Cube attributes to a "sympathy" vote by fans.
Teen Wolf is adding some new faces to its lacrosse team in Season 4.
Mason Dye will join the cast in a recurring role as Garrett, a new student who joins the Beacon Hills lacrosse team, E! Online reports. Ender's Game star Khylin Rhambo has also signed on for the recurring role of Mason, a gay freshman who's also a member of the lacrosse team.
American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall Street topped the MTV Movie Awards nominations, with eight nods apiece. Both films were nominated for Movie of the Year, and stars Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams and Leonardo DiCaprio received acting nods.
Is the popularity of online dating about to plummet?
MTV has ordered 10 episodes of the scripted series Eye Candy, starring Nickelodeon alum Victoria Justice, TVGuide.com has learned.
Based on the R.L. Stine novel of the same name, the series centers on Lindy (Justice), a tech genius who is convinced to start online dating by...
When MTV's Awkward returns for a fourth season on April 15, it will be time for high school graduation. That means several characters will be heading off to college.
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