In the year 2000, Charlize Theron, Debbie Harry and Ashton Kutcher assembled in the LA mansion to celebrate Freddy D and the boys.
Following the announcement of a return and two new seasons, music critics look back at the show's contribution to 1990s music culture.
Creator Pete Williams on why his cult classic animated series failed on MTV, and how Canadian fans gave the show a second life.
A copyright takedown request from MTV's parent company asked the Internet Archive to remove the collection of videos spanning from 1981 to 1991.
Oddly enough, Jay and Silent Bob also launched a 'Hot Ones' parody this week.
Like a more cringe-inducing version of 'Catfish,' the show's unhinged investigations of why people got ghosted are hilariously awkward.
Ten years after West's fateful temper tantrum, there's a whole new power structure for Black megastars.
It's complicated to cancel someone like the King of Pop; it's also essential.
"I know generally people think reality TV is glamorous, but I don't think anyone ever thought that about 'Geordie Shore' when we were having fights with kebabs."