The people who say MTV doesn't care about the music anymore are in for a surprise. Two of the "music" network's most popular music-related programs-- Unplugged and Cribs -- are getting a revival.
According to MTV, Unplugged will mostly remain the same. A stripped-down live performance that's very intimate. They said it'll "keep the essential feel of the original series while modernizing to fit the way we watch videos today across multiple platforms."
However Cribs in in for a big change. It's going to be on snapchat.
In the retooled version, artists and celebrities will be able to guide Snapchat users through their homes by speaking to the camera, providing fans with an intimate experience. The program is expected to launch in June and air once a week. Mac Miller, Austin Mahone and Travis Mills are among the first artists to take part, MTV said.In addition, MTV is producing a brand new show titled Wonderland. Here's a short synopsis: "Each week, three different acts will take the “stage” — really a living, breathe space in Los Angeles — along with today’s emerging talents in comedy."
Are you hype for any of MTV's old-new programming?