It's been a tumultuous year, which means that most of us turn to our TVs—or laptops—for some light entertainment.But unlike most areas of entertainment that often reflects our own culture back at us, television works at a much quicker rate—meaning that TV is more likely to depict, through comedy and drama, our current cultural climate with an exacting speed and accuracy.For all of MTV's international channels, see List of MTV channels.They've previously been unlucky in love, but now using professional matchmakers and psychologists, as well as the their family, friends and exes, the contestants will be put through interviews, questionnaires and compatability tests to help them find true love.In addition to announcing the first weekly live music performance series in nearly 20 years, a newly re-imagined version of the beloved An outrageous comedy series in which the most irreverent established and up-and-coming comedians of today have their best stand-up routines acted out.Viewers will witness hysterical reenactments of the best bits, bringing new life to your favorite moments from stand-up comedy history. Productions ( A humorous half-hour comedic game show which features contestants completing physical challenges ranging from the absurd to the outlandish. To beat the game and win cash prizes -- with outrageous tasks including riding tiny bikes over a mud pit, putting on over-sized pants (while running full-speed on a giant treadmill) and grating a heaping block of cheese onto a plate of nachos by using a grater attached to the derrière.is based on a popular UK format by the same name, produced by Endemol Shine UK company Initial for ITV2. Executive producers include Rob Smith and Georgie Hurford-Jones for Endemol Shine North America plus Matt Odgers and Scott Teti for Left Hook Media.
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