Teen Wolf stopped by San Diego Comic-Con to reveal a bit about the rest of this season and Season 5.
Greer Grammer — AWKWARD.’s Christ-centric cheer captain Lissa — talks life, LIFE PARTNERS, AWKWARD., and long-term goals.
Five facts you may not know about Greer Grammer, a.k.a. AWKWARD’s wildly funny, Jesus-loving cheer captain Lissa.
Watch the Grammy’s Red Carpet Live on Screen Invasion thanks to VH1 and MTV. Who do you think will win big tonight?
Who would have thought that one of the best current genre shows on television would be on MTV? Teen Wolf has quietly become a solid genre effort that blends not only the horrors of adolescence but has crafted a much larger mythology without having to branch out beyond the titular
By Merrill Barr Last year’s New York Comic-Con had a force dropped upon it that no one was prepared for. That force was not created by the hands of Marvel or DC. No, this force came from source everyone underestimated. That source is named MTV, and that force is named
Music draws us back to certain a memories. An essay on the majesty of that, the soundtrack of the mid 90s, love’s and all the things that are like it, and a weird adolescence.
Teen Wolf without a doubt has become a true sensation for both MTV and cult television. Despite having its origins rooted in an only now liked Michael J. Fox horror/comedy, the show has grown into its own. In no small way thanks to its creator/show runner Jeff Davis and star
Now, I can admit that there was a lot to like about “The Other Shoe,” but I was so frustrated by the season finale that I was seriously close to giving up on Awkward. once and for all. At the end of “Once Upon a Blog,” it seemed like Jenna had finally
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Earlier today word spread that Iain Morris and Damon Beesley — the co-creators of the splendidly raunchy cult UK comedy The Inbetweeners — were at work on a sequel to The Inbetweeners Movie. “I don’t want to give too much away at this stage but yes, we have been developing
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