Every Sunday back in the day, before MTV’s alterna-video show “120 Minutes,” the network would run “Liquid Television,” a show featuring the latest and greatest in animated shorts. While “LTV” isn’t back, it does live on — online. And we’ve found the entire season of one of our favorite shorts, “Winter Steele.” In it, bad ass chick Winter Steele chases Crow, her one true love. Check out the full series, along with “Aeon Flux,” “Dog Boy,” and more, on the new “LTV” site. [Liquid Television]
Tonight, in honor of National Coming Day, MTV is running a one hour documentary special, titled simply “Coming Out.” It follows several people as they come out to their friends and family — and shares both the good and bad reactions these kids face. In the trailer clip, above, college student Nevin makes the difficult decision to come out to his fellow rugby team members. Watch their surprising responses and check out the full episode tonight on MTV at 7 p.m.
Oh, you know, Kurt Cobain and Dave Grohl and Frances Bean, just chilling with RuPaul. Right? The ’90s were a weird time. [Another Magazine] Keep reading »
Last night, as the East Coast was coming out of our hurricane cocoons, the music-eratti descended on Los Angeles for the 26th annual MTV Video Music Awards. Now, this awards show is always confusing, mainly because MTV hardly plays music videos anymore, so it seems strange to have an awards show for them. But it’s always a night for over-the-top performances, and where stars can wear their most insane ensembles, no questions asked.
After the jump, the moments from the show that got us cheering and jeering. Keep reading »
This is not a suitable “Friday Night Lights” replacement. On Friday night, MTV2 will premiere its second season of “Lingerie Football League: Friday Night Football.” The concept is fairly obvious from the title. The LFL consists of 12 teams of female players, with names like the Philadelphia Passion and the Los Angeles Temptation, who play 34 minutes of flag football per epiosde while wearing itty-bitty boy shorts and bra tops. The show’s tagline? “This is truly fantasy football.”
I’m just not sure what to make of this. Keep reading »