Loveline
GenreLate-night talk show
Presented byDrew Pinsky, Adam Carolla
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons5
Production
Executive producers
  • Scott A. Stone
  • David G. Stanley
Camera setupMultiple
Running time60 minutes
Production companies
  • MTV
  • Stone Stanley Productions
Release
Original networkMTV
Original releaseNovember 11, 1996 (1996-11-11) –
2000 (2000)

Loveline was a weekly television talk show that aired on MTV from 1996 to 2000,[1] hosted by Drew Pinsky, a doctor and addiction medicine specialist, and comedian Adam Carolla. It is an adaptation of Loveline, a radio call-in show that the two hosted at the same time.[2] The show always featured a third, female call-in host; eight different women appeared in that role throughout the show's run. There was typically a celebrity guest as well, usually an actor or musician. Together, the group would take questions from, and offer advice to, teenagers and young adults on subjects including sex, relationships and drug use.[3]

Loveline was produced by Stone Stanley Productions, and was distributed by Westwood One.[1]

The show's female co-hosts were:

References

  1. ^ a b Dempsey, John (September 18, 2000). "MTV axes 'Loveline' after four-year run". Variety.
  2. ^ a b Armstrong, Mark (September 18, 2000). "Flatline for MTV's "Loveline"". E! Online.
  3. ^ Kelly, L. (March 28, 1997). "Mtv's 'Loveline' Jazzes Up Lessons In Sex Education". The Spokesman-Review.