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.
At the top of its eighth season, which is the first to feature a sexually fluid cast, has this mind-boggling dating experiment just become another way people date now?
Despite a nonsensical trailer and a baffling press release, MTV's upcoming dating show appears to make no sense at all.
MTV just green-lit 'Double Shot at Love,' in which 20 single women will compete for the chance to date either of the 'Jersey Shore' stars.
This is all our fault.