Thursday nights on MTV are all about the laughs, the network has set the premiere dates for its Thursday night line-up, including the return of their long-running series “Ridiculousness”. The new season will start on Thursday, October 8 at 10:00 pm ET/PT, “Ridiculousness” returns to get things started with the show’s season 7 premiere.
Following that show will be “Broke Ass Game Show” at 10:30 pm ET/PT and the series premiere of “Middle of the Night Show” rounding out the night at 11:00 pm ET/PT. If you need a refresher on the series, these are the official descriptions as detailed by the network.
Rob Dyrdek is back with another thrilling season of Ridiculousness, showcasing the Internet’s funniest viral videos in hysterical new categories like Pukepology, Ticking Time Moms, Over Tugged, and Paingasm. Sterling “Stee-lo” Brim and Chanel West Coast join Rob on the panel alongside an all-star lineup of guests including 50 Cent, model Charlotte McKinney, rapper MGK, motocross stuntman Andy Bell, Dude Perfect and rapper Action Bronson. Get ready for our best season yet, with a premiere like you’ve never seen, straight from the heart of New York in Times Square!
“Ridiculousness” is executive produced by Rob Dyrdek, Jeff Tremaine, Shane Nickerson and Christian Duguay. “Ridiculousness” is produced by Gorilla Flicks and Superjacket.
“Broke Ass Game Show”
Bigger. Badder. Broker! Broke A$$ Game Show is back for its second season and is more bizarre than ever. Hosts David Magidoff and Derek Gaines return to the streets of NY, bringing their irreverent brand of comedy with them as they spread joy and cash to anyone ready to try out busted games never before attempted on television. From super strong crotch magnets to playground games with a sumo wrestler, the guys are once again disturbing the peace and asking passersby to trade in their dignity in the name of money. Special guests this season include Charlamagne Tha God and T Mills.
Rhett Bachner and Brien Meagher serve as Executive producers for B-17 Entertainment (A Division of Core Media Group).
“Middle of the Night Show”
“Middle of the Night Show” is a fast-paced reimagining of the late-night comedy talk show that brings it out of the studio and onto the streets of New York City. Each night the show’s crew and live band crash the bedroom of an unsuspecting celebrity who is forced to host a talk show on the spot without any preparation and on very little sleep. CollegeHumor’s Brian Murphy serves as the celebrity’s co-host and guide throughout the evening.
“Middle of the Night Show” is produced by Big Breakfast, the production company behind CollegeHumor Originals. Executive Producers include Sam Reich, Spencer Griffin and Jon Cohen of Big Breakfast. Brian Murphy will also serve as a Producer.