MTV announced the nominations for the 2017 “MTV Video Music Awards,” the nominations were confirmed on Instagram Live
Beyonce, Britney Spears and Rihanna set the bar for future generations, offering a night filled with over-the-top productions and wonderful moments
After a few days of teases, and numerous rumored reports, MTV has officially confirmed that Beyonce will perform at this weekend's Video Music Awards
MTV has added more live events to the upcoming VMAs, confirming that Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj will both perform live at this year's event
The “MTV Video Music Awards” will honor Rihanna with the “Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award” this year, joining the ranks of pop's most famous hit makers
MTV confirmed that Teen Wolf will end with its season 6, the show will come to end just as the series hits 100 episodes. The premiere is set for November
MTV revealed a programming slate of fourteen new series and specials, including “Wonderland," the network's first weekly live music performance series in nearly twenty years
MTV announced that the network has renewed "The Shannara Chronicles," its adaptation of the international best-selling fantasy novels by Terry Brooks, for a second season
"Scream" turned into an instant hit for MTV when the series debuted last summer, now the show is set to return for a second season, with an updated cast.
Earlier today MTV revealed the nominees for the "2016 MTV Movie Awards," with the latest Star Wars film earning the most nominations this year
Earlier this month fans all around the world were introduced to MTV's long-awaited sci-fi fantasy series "The Shannara Chronicles," a new sci-fi epic that's doing wonders for the network.
The Shannara Chronicles premiere will launch on MTV this January. The special event will launch after the premiere of "Teen Wold" later
Cast and crew from "Teen Wolf" and "The Shannara Chronicles" will be attending NYCC this year. Both shows will offer panels and screeners for
MTV has set its Fall Thursday night lineup, with new episodes of "Ridiculousness", "Broke Ass Game Show" and "Middle of the Night Show".
A total of four new scripted comedies will be hitting MTV over the next year. Those series include two from the creators of MTV's "Girl Code"