Apparently he is still alive.
Yesterday, the channel launched MTV Music, a Hulu-ish repository for practically every music video ever made.
After ten years on-air, MTV lets the show limp off into the sunset.
So, what did you miss? Nothing that wasn't terrible!
MTV is putting Ms. Spears onstage again. Even after what she did last year.
Plus, news about Emma Thompson, RoboCop, and Elizabeth Berkley in our daily trades roundup.
Plus: MTV is remaking 'Rocky Horror' for no reason whatsoever.
Diddy's erstwhile umbrella carrier talks to Vulture about his new reality show.
Competitive vomiting! Baby borrowing! Joey Fatone! You are now entering the unscripted apocalypse.
Plus: Tori Spelling returns to Beverly Hills, 50 Cent gets a reality show, and MTV wants your teenage daughter to get knocked up.
Plus: Colonel Tom Parker gets his own biopic, and Willem Dafoe hits the vampire trifecta.
Like ‘American Idol,’ but featuring contestants doing something you'd actually want to watch!
We're on the edge of our collective seat here today, waiting for news of whether Fall Out Boy will be able to pull off one of the greatest douche-rock stunts of all time.
Plus: Reality-Show Contestants to Meet Paris, Get STDs
What happens when the Illusionators add a black member?
Marlo, Partlow, and Snoop — if you are reading this, please help us get our money back.
Plus industry news on Sun Kil Moon, Eugene O'Neill, and Tila Tequila.
Plus industry news on Zach Braff, MTV's new musical, and the NFL Network–Time Warner battle.
At a sold-out Irving Plaza on Saturday, Showalter and Black, on tour in support of their respective debut albums, filled up two and a half hours with more dick jokes than you'd expect from successful indie comedians.
Plus: How Jamie Foxx plans to annoy us next!
Plus: News about Radiohead!
Every year in early September, America's pop stars gather together in one place to promote their crappy albums and to try to make the terrorists hate us even more. And by that measure, last night's MTV Video Music Awards in Las Vegas were a huge success.
MTV looks to the vibrant, cutting-edge world of Broadway to reverse its slide.