Thursday night brought bad news for most of this season's freshman series, while Jersey Shore continued its strong run with a new series high.
ABC's My Generation was the worst of the new series, drawing a dismal 3.8 million viewers and dropping...
MTV just can't let go of Lauren Conrad, the girl next door from Laguna Beach who became a tabloid fixture and the network's biggest star with the advent of The Hills.
Conrad announced Friday that she will soon be...
Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am defended himself to critics Monday, the day after he performed at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards' pre-show in blackface.
"Just because I where all black, including head mask, as expression and emphasize my outfit, it shouldn't be looked at as racial...
The 2010 Video Music Awards gave MTV another reason to fist-pump, netting a big 11.4 million viewers Sunday night.
According to the network, the two-hour awards show was the most-watched program on MTV since 2002. Highlights included a Kanye West-Taylor Swift musical throwdown (of sorts), the cast of Jersey Shore sharing a...
Let's not be too harsh on Chelsea Handler. It wasn't all her fault that the VMA's stank this year.
No, there was a lot wrong with last night's show. First off, about 90% of the performances were autotuned monstrosities — none worse than Best New Artist zygote Justin Bieber, who took to a stage outside of L.A.'s Nokia Theatre for a mall tour-caliber rendition of his hit, "Baby," which sounded like he was singing through an airplane propeller. Kid was more dubbed than a Godzilla movie...
Jersey Shore cast and Chelsea Handler
From Kanye West's ballerinas to Lady Gaga's meat dress (and Cher's lack of one), the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards telecast has given us a lot to ponder. But not every memorable moment happened on-screen. And the cameras didn't capture everything that went down inside the Nokia Theatre on Sunday.
Fortunately, TVGuide.com was there. Here are the top 8 things you didn't see on TV...
Britney Spears, Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley
What will it be this year? MTV's Video Music Awards (Sunday at 9/8c) always aims for memorable moments that amount to red meat for the chattering class: Sensibility-smashing performances ... unlikely kisses ... and generally outrageous behavior.