MTV Entertainment Studios
Formerly
  • MTV Productions (1991–1995)
  • MTV Films (1996–2020)
  • MTV Production Development (2003–2018)
  • MTV Studios (2018–2021)
TypeSubsidiary
Industry
  • Motion picture
  • Television production
Predecessor
Founded
  • 1991 (as MTV Productions)
  • 1996 (as MTV Films)
Headquarters
Hollywood, California
,
U.S.
Key people
  • Chris McCarthy
  • Albert Berger
  • David Gale
  • Ron Yerxa
Parent
Divisions
Websitemtv.com/shows/

MTV Entertainment Studios is the film and television production arm of MTV Entertainment Group, a subsidiary of the Paramount Media Networks division of Paramount Global. Founded in 1991 as MTV Productions, it is a consolidation of the former MTV Films group established in 1996 and the MTV Production Development/MTV Studios group of 2003–2021, it has produced original television shows like Beavis and Butt-Head, Æon Flux, Jackass, My Super Sweet 16, Daria, Celebrity Deathmatch, Clone High and The Real World and films such as Election, Joe's Apartment and Napoleon Dynamite. Its films are released by fellow Paramount Global division Paramount Pictures. The MTV Films unit was once part of Paramount Players until 2020.

History

MTV Productions originally started in 1991, and went into expansion two years later, with Doug Herzog serving as president of the unit. Its expansion was to produce shows for theatrical release, broadcast TV and cable, syndication and the international marketplace.[1] MTV then signed a two-picture deal with Geffen Pictures to start making motion pictures afterwards.[2]

Only one movie came out of the deal due to the 1994 acquisition of Paramount Pictures by MTV's parent company Viacom, Joe's Apartment, based on a short aired on MTV, came out on July 26, 1996, which grossed $4.6 million on a $13 million budget, making it a box office bomb.[3] Shortly afterwards, MTV Productions tried for an entertainment strip Real Time, to be distributed by Viacom Enterprises, which was owned by MTV's parent Viacom, and scheduled on air for the 1994–95 season, but it was never materialized.[4]

Shortly after Viacom bought out Paramount Pictures, Paramount began to distribute material from MTV and Nickelodeon, with their respective movie divisions.[5] Shortly after The Arsenio Hall Show was cancelled, Paramount began distributing and producing MTV's The Jon Stewart Show for the syndication market.[6]

In 1994, the Paramount Television Group and MTV Productions signed a deal to develop projects commissioned by MTV, and gave Paramount the right of first refusal on projects developed by MTV.[7] By 1995, David Gale was named head of MTV Films.[8]

MTV developed its first feature film in collaboration with Paramount Pictures, Beavis and Butt-Head Do America, based on the MTV cartoon Beavis and Butt-Head, which grossed $63.1 million on a $12 million budget.[9]

For the 1997–98 television season, MTV Productions has briefly dabbled into network television production, in conjunction with Paramount Network Television, sister sibling of Viacom, to produce the NBC comedy Jenny, the UPN (then-sister of MTV) comedy Hitz, and the WB drama Three, but none of them got success beyond its first season.[10]

On August 21, 1998, MTV Films has released another film, Dead Man on Campus, which starred Tom Everett Scott and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, which met negative reviews from critics, and it was a box office bomb, grossing $15.1 million on a $14 million budget.[11]

MTV Films made its next feature film project, 200 Cigarettes, released on February 26, 1999, which was a box office bomb, grossing $6.8 million on a $6 million budget.[12]

In 2001, MTV produced Zoolander under the VH1 Films branding, which grossed $60.7 million on a $28 million budget.[13]

In 2003, MTV announced a theatrical feature film adaptation of Celebrity Deathmatch, with creator Eric Fogel as writer, producer, and director, but it was cancelled by the end of the year before production could begin due to MTV being less interested in animation.

On August 21, 2006, Nickelodeon Movies, Comedy Central Films, and MTV Films became full labels of the Paramount Motion Pictures Group. By 2017, Paramount Players was created as a joint venture with MTV Films, Nickelodeon Movies, and BET Films. In 2019, MTV Studios launched MTV Documentary Films, a label producing and acquiring documentary features. In 2020, MTV Films was folded into MTV Studios. The following year, MTV Studios became MTV Entertainment Studios, encompassing content for and based on all of MTV Entertainment Group's brands.

Logo from 2010 to 2013
Logo from 2010 to 2013
Final logo as MTV Films
Final logo as MTV Films

Films

Theatrically released

Title Release date Production company(s) Distribution Budget Gross
Joe's Apartment July 26, 1996 Geffen Pictures / Blue Sky Studios (animation) Warner Bros. $13 million $4,619,014
Beavis and Butt-Head Do America December 20, 1996 MTV Animation / Geffen Pictures / Judgemental Films Paramount Pictures $12 million $63,118,386
Dead Man on Campus August 21, 1998 Pacific Western Productions $14 million $15,064,946
Varsity Blues January 15, 1999 Tollin/Robbins Productions $16 million $54,294,169
200 Cigarettes February 26, 1999 Lakeshore Entertainment $6 million $6,852,450
Election May 7, 1999 Bona Fide Productions $25 million $14,902,041
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut June 30, 1999 Under Comedy Central Films; Scott Rudin Productions / Braniff Productions Paramount Pictures (USA)
Warner Bros. (International)
$21 million $83,137,603
The Wood July 16, 1999 Paramount Pictures $6 million $25,059,640
The Original Kings of Comedy August 18, 2000 Latham Entertainment / 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks $3 million $38,182,790
Save the Last Dance January 12, 2001 Cort/Madden Productions $13 million $131,706,809
Pootie Tang June 29, 2001 Chris Rock Productions / HBO Downtown Productions / 3 Arts Entertainment / Alphaville Films $7 million $3,313,583
Zoolander September 28, 2001 Under VH1 Films; Village Roadshow Pictures / NPV Entertainment / Red Hour Productions / Scott Rudin Productions $28 million $60,780,981
Orange County January 11, 2002 Scott Rudin Productions $18 million $41,032,915
Crossroads February 15, 2002 Zomba Films $12 million $61,141,030
Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat August 2, 2002 Runteldat Entertainment $3 million $19,184,820
Jackass: The Movie October 25, 2002 Dickhouse Productions / Lynch Siderow Productions $5 million $79,493,831
Better Luck Tomorrow April 11, 2003 $250,000 $3,809,226
The Fighting Temptations September 19, 2003 Handprint Films $30 million $32,750,821
Tupac: Resurrection November 14, 2003 Amaru Entertainment $300,000 $7,808,524
The Perfect Score January 30, 2004 Spyglass Entertainment / Tollin/Robbins Productions $10,876,805
Napoleon Dynamite August 27, 2004 HH Films Fox Searchlight Pictures (USA)
Paramount Pictures (International)
$400,000 $46,118,097
Coach Carter January 14, 2005 Tollin/Robbins Productions Paramount Pictures $30 million $76,669,806
The Longest Yard May 27, 2005 Columbia Pictures / Happy Madison Productions / Callahan Filmworks Paramount Pictures (USA)
Sony Pictures (International)
$82 million $190,320,568
Hustle & Flow July 22, 2005 Paramount Classics / New Deal Entertainment Paramount Pictures $2.8 million $23,563,727
Murderball July 22, 2005 Participant Media / A&E IndieFilms THINKFilm $350,000 $1,750,211
Get Rich or Die Tryin' November 9, 2005 G-Unit Films / Interscope/Shady/Aftermath Films Paramount Pictures $40 million $46,442,528
Æon Flux December 2, 2005 Lakeshore Entertainment / Valhalla Motion Pictures $62 million $52,304,001
Strangers with Candy June 28, 2006 Under Comedy Central Films; Worldwide Pants / Robert/Davis Films THINKFilm $2.3 million
Broken Bridges September 6, 2006 Under CMT Films Paramount Classics $11 million $252,539
Jackass Number Two September 22, 2006 Dickhouse Productions / Lynch Siderow Productions Paramount Pictures $11.5 million $84,618,532
Freedom Writers January 5, 2007 Jersey Films / 2S Films $21 million $43,090,741
Reno 911!: Miami February 23, 2007 Under Comedy Central Films; High Sierra Carpeting / Jersey Films / Double Feature Films / Principato-Young Entertainment 20th Century Fox (USA)
Paramount Pictures (International)
$10 million $22,021,262
Blades of Glory March 30, 2007 DreamWorks Pictures / Red Hour Films / Smart Entertainment Paramount Pictures $53 million $145,708,642
How She Move January 25, 2008 Celluloid Dreams / Sienna Films Paramount Vantage $17 million $8,533,187
Stop-Loss March 28, 2008 Paramount Pictures $25 million $11,207,130
The Foot Fist Way May 30, 2008 Gary Sanchez Productions / You Know I Can't Kiss You, Inc. Paramount Vantage $79,000 $245,292
Dance Flick May 22, 2009 Wayans Bros. Entertainment Paramount Pictures $25 million $31,439,140
Jackass 3D October 15, 2010 Dickhouse Productions $20 million $170,256,125
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never February 11, 2011 Insurge Pictures / AEG Live / Island Records / Scooter Braun Films / L.A. Reid Media $13 million $98,441,954
Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain September 9, 2011 Under Comedy Central Films; Codeblack Entertainment / Hartbeat Productions / Usual Suspects Productions AMC Theatres $750,000 $7,706,436
Footloose October 14, 2011 Spyglass Entertainment / Unique Features / Dylan Sellers / Weston Pictures / Zadan/Meron / Southern Cross the Dog / Storyline Entertainment Paramount Pictures $24 million $62,701,289
Katy Perry: Part of Me July 3, 2012 Insurge Pictures / Imagine Entertainment / AEG Live / Magical Elves Productions / Splinter Films / Pulse Films / EMI Music $12 million $31,911,815
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters January 25, 2013 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Gary Sanchez Productions / Studio Babelsberg / Flynn Picture Company $50 million $225,703,475
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa October 25, 2013 Dickhouse Productions $15 million $151,826,547
Project Almanac January 30, 2015 Insurge Pictures / Platinum Dunes $12 million $32,200,000
76 Days December 4, 2020 Distribution only; 76 Days LLC / Ford Foundation / XTR / Sundance Institute[14] Under MTV Documentary Films
Finding Yingying December 11, 2020 Distribution only; Kartemquin Films / Mitten Media / Nika Media[15]
17 Blocks February 19, 2021 Distribution only; Beachside Films / Bunny Lake Films / 21 Balloons Productions[16]
Pink Skies Ahead May 8, 2021 Distribution only; Stampede Ventures / Divide/Conquer / Foton Pictures / Glanzrock Productions[17]
Ascension October 8, 2021 Distribution only; XTR / Firelight Media / Field of Vision / Cinereach / Chicken & Egg Pictures / The Sundance Institute / San Francisco Film Society[18] Under MTV Documentary Films $17,200
Jackass Forever February 4, 2022 Dickhouse Productions / Gorilla Flicks Paramount Pictures $10 million $60,850,771

Direct-to-video

Title Release date Production company(s) Distribution Budget
Save the Last Dance 2 October 6, 2006 Paramount Home Entertainment $5 million
Beneath August 7, 2007
Jackass Presents: Mat Hoffman's Tribute to Evel Knievel May 27, 2008 Dickhouse Productions
The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie! April 20, 2010 Double Hemm / 6 Point Harness $350,000

Streaming

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Title Release date Production company(s) Service Budget
Eli October 18, 2019 Paramount Players / Intrepid Pictures / Bellevue Productions Netflix $11 million
Madame X September 23, 2021 Paramount+
South Park: Post Covid November 25, 2021 Comedy Partners / South Park Studios
South Park: Post Covid: The Return of Covid December 16, 2021
Three Months February 23, 2022 The Allegiance Theater
South Park The Streaming Wars June 1, 2022 Comedy Partners / South Park Studios
Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe June 23, 2022 Titmouse, Inc. / Judgemental Films / 3 Arts Entertainment
South Park The Streaming Wars Part 2 July 13, 2022 Comedy Partners / South Park Studios

Upcoming films

Title Release date Production company(s) Distribution / Service
Teen Wolf: The Movie January 26, 2023 MGM Television / Orion Television Paramount+
Finestkind TBA Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment / Bosque Ranch Productions / 101 Studios
Untitled Amy York Rubin and Bo Burnham Project Paramount Players
Untitled Workaholics film Comedy Partners

Television

Television series

Title Network Original run Production company(s)
120 Minutes MTV/MTV2 1986–2013
Club MTV MTV 1987–1992
Stevie and Zoya MTV 1987–1989 MTV Animation
Remote Control MTV/Syndication 1987–1990
Yo! MTV Raps MTV/Paramount+ 1988–present
House of Style MTV 1989–2012
Night After Night with Allan Havey Comedy Central 1989–1992 Comedy Partners / HBO Downtown Productions
MTV Unplugged MTV/MTV Live 1989–present
Turn It Up! MTV 1990 Chauncey Street Productions
Liquid Television MTV 1991–2014 MTV Animation / Colossal Pictures (seasons 1–3) / Titmouse, Inc. (season 4)
Æon Flux MTV 1991–1995 MTV Animation / Colossal Pictures
The Real World MTV/Facebook Watch 1992–2019 Bunim/Murray Productions
Lip Service MTV 1992–1994
Beavis and Butt-Head MTV/Paramount+ 1993–present MTV Animation (seasons 1–8) / Titmouse, Inc. (seasons 9–) / Judgemental Films / 3 Arts Entertainment
Politically Incorrect Comedy Central/ABC 1993–2002 Comedy Partners / HBO Downtown Productions / Brillstein-Grey Entertainment (1997–1999) / Brad Grey Television (1999–2002)
The Jon Stewart Show MTV/Syndication 1993-1995 Busboy Productions / Paramount Domestic Television (season 2)
The Brothers Grunt MTV 1994–1995 MTV Animation / a.k.a. Cartoon
The Head MTV 1994–1996 MTV Animation
The Tom Green Show MTV / Rogers TV / The Comedy Network 1994–2000
The Maxx MTV 1995 MTV Animation
Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist Comedy Central 1995–2000 Comedy Partners / HBO Downtown Productions / Popular Arts Entertainment / Tom Snyder Productions
Singled Out MTV/Quibi 1995–2020 Start Entertainment
Road Rules MTV/Paramount+ 1995–present Bunim/Murray Productions
VH1 Storytellers VH1 1996–2015
The Daily Show Comedy Central 1996–present Comedy Partners / Mad Cow Productions (1996–2002) / Busboy Productions (1999–2015) / Ark Angel (2015–present)
Daria MTV 1997–2002 MTV Animation / Heyday Media
South Park Comedy Central 1997–present Comedy Partners / Braniff Productions (1997–2006) / Parker-Stone Productions (2006–2007) / South Park Studios (2007–present) / Alex Coletti Productions (25th Anniversary Concert)
Cartoon Sushi MTV
Teletoon
1997–1998 MTV Animation / a.k.a Cartoon / DNA Productions
Hitz UPN 1997–1998 Vaczy-Gamble Productions / Paramount Television
Jenny NBC 1997–1998 Mark & Howard Productions / Paramount Television
Behind the Music VH1/Paramount+ 1997–present CBS News (some episodes) / Paramount Television (some episodes) / Gay Rosenthal Productions / Creature Films
Three The WB 1998 Paramount Television
True Life MTV 1998–2017
Celebrity Deathmatch MTV/MTV2 1998–2007 MTV Animation / Cuppa Coffee Studio
The Challenge MTV 1998–present Bunim/Murray Productions
Comedy Central Presents Comedy Central 1998–2011 Comedy Partners / Rick Mill Productions
Total Request Live MTV 1998–2008
Station Zero MTV 1999 MTV Animation / Possible Worlds / C-Traze Studios / Upfront Entertainment
Strangers with Candy Comedy Central 1999–2000
Downtown MTV 1999 MTV Animation
Making the Band ABC / MTV 2000–2009 Bunim/Murray Productions
2gether: The Series MTV 2000–2001 Gunn & Gunn Productions / Alliance Atlantis
The Lyricist Lounge Show MTV 2000–2001 C to the B Productions
MTV Cribs MTV/CMT 2000–present
Jackass MTV 2000–2002 Dickhouse Productions
That's My Bush! Comedy Central 2001 Comedy Partners / Important Television
Undergrads MTV
Teletoon
2001 MTV Animation / Decode Entertainment
Primetime Glick Comedy Central 2001–2003 Comedy Partners
CMT Crossroads CMT 2002–present Country Music Television
Crank Yankers Comedy Central/MTV2 2002–present Comedy Partners / Kimmelot / ITV America
Sorority Life MTV 2002–2003
Clone High MTV/HBO Max
Teletoon
2002–present MTV Animation / Touchstone Television / Doozer / Lord Miller Productions / Nelvana
TV Land Legends: The 60 Minutes Interviews TV Land 2002–2004 CBS News
3-South MTV 2002–2003 MTV Animation / Warner Bros. Animation
Gerhard Reinke's Wanderlust Comedy Central 2003 Comedy Partners / Jackhole Productions
Chappelle's Show Comedy Central 2003–2006 Comedy Partners / Pilot Boy Productions / Marobru Productions
Punk'd MTV/BET/The Roku Channel 2003–present Katalyst Media (seasons 1–9) / STX Entertainment (season 10–)
I'm with Busey Comedy Central 2003 Comedy Partners
Gary the Rat Paramount Network 2003 Spike Cable Networks / Grammnet Productions / Cheyenne Enterprises
Ren & Stimpy "Adult Party Cartoon" Paramount Network 2003 Spike Cable Networks / Spümcø / Carbunkle Cartoons/ Big Star Enterprises / PiP Animation Services
Stripperella Paramount Network 2003–2004 Spike Cable Networks / The Firm
Reno 911! Comedy Central/The Roku Channel/Paramount+ 2003–present High Sierra Carpeting / Jersey Television (2003–2009)
Comedy Central Roast Comedy Central 2003–present Comedy Partners
The Joe Schmo Show Paramount Network 2003–2013 Spike Cable Networks / Resse Wernick Productions / Stone Stanley Entertainment (seasons 1–2) / Zoo Productions (season 3)
Kid Notorious Comedy Central 2003 Comedy Partners / Alan & Alan Productions / 6 Point Harness
Viva La Bam MTV 2003–2004 18 Husky (seasons 1–3) / Dakota Pictures / Bam Margena Productions
Bands Reunited VH1 2004–2006 VH1 Productions / Evolution Media
Pimp My Ride MTV 2004–2007 R–Lab
I Want a Famous Face MTV 2004–2005 Pink Sneakers Productions
TV Land Moguls TV Land 2004–2009 CBS News
Crossballs: The Debate Show Comedy Central 2004 Comedy Partners
ALF's Hit Talk Show TV Land 2004 Burt Dubrow Productions
The Assistant MTV 2004
Living in TV Land TV Land 2004–2006
Video Mods MTV2 2004–2005 Big Bear Entertainment / IBC Entertainment
Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County MTV 2004–2006 Go Go Luckey Productions
Wanda Does It Comedy Central 2004 Comedy Partners
Drawn Together Comedy Central 2004–2007 Comedy Partners / Double Hemm
My Super Sweet 16 MTV 2005–2017
Wonder Showzen MTV2 2005–2006 MTV Animation / PFFR Productions
Chasing Farrah TV Land 2005
Next MTV 2005–2008 Kallissa Productions / Lighthearted Entertainment
The Andy Milonakis Show MTV/MTV2 2005–2007 Jackhole Productions
365gay News Logo TV 2005–2011 CBS News
Stella Comedy Central 2005 Comedy Partners
Mind of Mencia Comedy Central 2005–2008 Comedy Partners
Wild 'n Out MTV/MTV2/VH1 2005–present Mr. Renassiance Entertainment (seasons 1–4) / The Collective (seasons 1–4) / Ncredible Entertainment (season 5–)
Run's House MTV 2005–2009 Good Clean Fun / Simmons/Lathan Media Group / Bad Boy Films
The Colbert Report Comedy Central 2005–2014 Comedy Partners / Spartina Productions / Busboy Productions
Noah's Arc Logo TV 2005–2006
Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg TV Land 2005–2007 Dark Light Pictures
Can't Get a Date VH1 / Logo TV 2006–2008
So Notorious VH1 2006 Alberghini/Chessler Productions
Yo Momma MTV 2006–2007 Evolution Media / MV Productions Inc
The Hills MTV 2006–2010 Done and Done Productions
Where My Dogs At? MTV2 2006 MTV Animation / Enough With The Bread / Already Productions / 6 Point Harness
Dog Bites Man Comedy Central 2006 Comedy Partners / DreamWorks Television
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team CMT 2006–2021 Country Music Television / Triage Entertainment
Rob & Big MTV 2006–2008 Dickhouse Productions
Bam's Unholy Union MTV 2007 Bam Margera Productions / Sonar Entertainment
Wrestling Society X MTV 2007 Big Vision Entertainment
The Sarah Silverman Program Comedy Central 2007–2010 Comedy Partners / Eleven Eleven O' Clock Productions / Oil Factory, Inc.
Human Giant MTV 2007–2008 3 Arts Entertainment
Friday: The Animated Series MTV2 2007 MTV Animation / New Line Television / Cube Vision
American Body Shop Comedy Central 2007 Comedy Partners
Room 401 MTV 2007 Toy Plane Industries / Proud Mary Entertainment / Katalyst Films
A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila MTV 2007 495 Productions
Kaya MTV 2007 CTV / Flame Ventures / Kedzie Productions / Protocol Entertainment
Newport Harbor: The Real Orange County MTV 2007–2008 Go Go Luckey Productions
CMT Invitation Only CMT 2007–2011 Country Music Television
Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew VH1 2008 Irwin Entertainment
America's Best Dance Crew MTV 2008–2015 Tenth Planet Productions / Hip Hop International / Bayonne Entertainment / Dream Merchant Entertainment / Warner Horizon Television
1000 Ways to Die Paramount Network 2008–2012 Spike Cable Networks / Original Productions
Atom TV Comedy Central 2008 Comedy Partners
Factory Paramount Network 2008 Spike Cable Networks / Screamin' Chicken Productions / 3 Arts Entertainment / Devlin Entertainment
Chocolate News Comedy Central 2008 Comedy Partners / Central Productions
50 Cent: The Money and the Power MTV 2008–2009 Ish Entertainment / Shady Records / Aftermath Entertainment / Interscope Records / Cheetah Vision Films
The City MTV 2008–2010 Done and Done Productions
RuPaul's Drag Race Logo TV/VH1 2009–present World of Wonder
How's Your News? MTV 2009 AM/FM Pictures
Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory MTV 2009–2015 Gorilla Flicks
T.I.'s Road to Redemption MTV 2009 Category 5 Entertainment / Grand Hustle Productions / Ish Entertainment
Important Things with Demetri Martin Comedy Central 2009 Comedy Partners / Busboy Productions / PersonGlobal
Tough Love VH1 2009–2013 High Noon Entertainment / Flower Films
The Cougar TV Land 2009 Warner Horizon Television / Next Entertainment
Tosh.0 Comedy Central 2009–2020 Comedy Partners / Black Heart Productions
16 and Pregnant MTV 2009–present 11th Street Productions
DJ & the Fro MTV 2009 MTV Animation / Double Hemm
Michael & Michael Have Issues Comedy Central 2009 Comedy Partners
Have My Day TV Land 2009 Sony Pictures Television / Embassy Row / Monkey Kingdom
Surviving Disaster Paramount Network 2009 Spike Cable Networks / Wall to Wall Media
Popzilla MTV 2009 MTV Animation / Animax Entertainment
Secret Girlfriend Comedy Central 2009 Comedy Partners / Fremantle
Jersey Shore MTV 2009–2012 495 Productions
Teen Mom MTV 2009–2021 11th Street Productions
John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show Comedy Central 2010–2013 Comedy Partners
First Love, Second Chance TV Land 2010
Ugly Americans Comedy Central 2010–2012 Comedy Partners / Irony Point / Augenblick Studios / Big Jump Entertainment (season 2) / Solis/Markle Animation Productions / Tookie Wilson Productions / F**k Factor Productions / Cuppa Coffee Studios (season 1) / Turner Studios
Basketball Wives VH1 2010–present Shed Media and Truly Original (season 10-)
Hot in Cleveland TV Land 2010–2015 Hazy Mills Productions / SamJen Productions
Harry Loves Lisa TV Land 2010 Good Clean Fun
Auction Hunters Paramount Network 2010–2012 Spike Cable Networks Inc. / Gurney Productions
Teen Mom 2 MTV 2011–2022 11th Street Productions
Skins MTV 2011 Company Pictures / Storm Dog Films / Entertainment One
Retired at 35 TV Land 2011–2012 Fore Left Productions / Acme Productions
Love & Hip Hop: New York VH1 2011–2020 Monami Productions / Eastern TV (seasons 1–9) / Big Fish Entertainment (season 10)
Coal Paramount Network 2011 Spike Cable Networks Inc. / Original Productions
Workaholics Comedy Central 2011–2017 Comedy Partners / Avalon Television / Mail Order Comedy / 4th Year Productions (2011–2014) / Gigapix Studios (2011–2013)
Mob Wives VH1 2011–2016 Electus / The Weinstein Company / Left/Right Productions / Just Jenn Productions
Repo Games Paramount Network 2011–2012 Spike Cable Networks Inc, / 495 Productions
Single Ladies VH1/BET Her 2011–2014 Flavor Unit Entertainment / The Popfilms Movie Company (seasons 1–3) / The Littlejohn Experience (season 1) / In Cahoots Media Inc. (seasons 1–3) / Blue Ice Pictures (season 4) / Water Walk Productions (season 4)
Teen Wolf MTV 2011–2017 Adelstein Productions / DiGa Vision / First Cause, Inc. / Lost Marbles Television / Siesta Productions / MGM Television
Happily Divorced TV Land 2011–2013 Uh-Oh Productions
Bar Rescue Paramount Network 2011–present Spike Cable Networks Inc. / 3 Ball Entertainment
Awkward MTV 2011–2016 Remote Productions / Mosquito Productions / Crazy Cat Lady Productions
Ridiculousness MTV 2011–present Dickhouse Productions (2011–2014) / Thrill One Media (2013–present) / Gorilla Flicks (2014–present)
Death Valley MTV 2011 Liquid Therapy / Guitar & Pen Productions
Flip Men Paramount Network 2011–2012 Spike Cable Networks Inc. / 25/7 Productions
Good Vibes MTV 2011 MTV Animation / Werner Entertainment / Rough House / Not the QB Pro. / Six Point Harness / Warner Horizon Television
Friendzone MTV 2011–2014 495 Productions
Guy Code MTV2 2011–2015
The Exes TV Land 2011–2015 Mark Reisman Productions / Acme Productions
Caged MTV 2012 Joke Productions
Ink Master Paramount Network/Paramount+ 2012–present Spike Cable Networks Inc. / Truly Original
Key & Peele Comedy Central 2012–2015 Comedy Partners / Cindylou / Monkeypaw Productions / Martel & Roberts Productions / Principato-Young Entertainment
American Digger Paramount Network 2012–2013 Spike Cable Networks Inc. / Gurney Productions
The Pauly D Project MTV 2012 495 Productions / ReignDeer Entertainment
Undercover Stings Paramount Network 2012 Spike Cable Networks Inc. / Langley Productions
Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents Comedy Central 2012–2019 Comedy Partners / Triage Entertainment
Stevie TV VH1 2012–2013 New Wave Entertainment
Mob Wives Chicago VH1 2012 Electus / Just Jenn Productions / Left/Right Productions / The Weinstein Company
World's Worst Tenants Paramount Network 2012–2013 Spike Cable Networks Inc. / Zoo Productions
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta VH1 2012–present Monami Productions / Eastern TV (seasons 1–8), Big Fish Entertainment (season 9) / New Group Productions (season 10)
The Soul Man TV Land 2012–2016 Bird and a Bear Entertainment / Hazy Mills Productions / SamJen Productions
Snooki & Jwoww MTV 2012–2015 495 Productions
Hollywood Exes VH1 2012–2014 Shed Media / Lynch-Dyson Entertainment
The Inbetweeners MTV 2012 Bwark Productions / Kapital Entertainment / Brad Copeland Productions
Brickleberry Comedy Central 2012–2015 Comedy Partners / Fox 21 Television Studios / Bento Box Entertainment / Damn! Show Productions / Black Heart Productions
This Is How I Made It MTV 2012–2013
Underemployed MTV 2012–2013 Pine City
RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Logo TV/VH1/Paramount+ 2012–present World of Wonder
Catfish: The TV Show MTV 2012–present Critical Content / Catfish Picture Company
Buckwild MTV 2013 Parallel Entertainment Pictures / Zoo Productions
CMT Hot Twenty CMT 2013–present
Black Ink Crew VH1 2013–present VH1 Productions / Big Fish Entertainment (seasons 1–8)
Kroll Show Comedy Central 2013–2015 Comedy Partners / Good at Bizness, Inc.
The Jenny McCarthy Show VH1 2013 Sony Pictures Television / Embassy Row / Jenny McCarthy Productions
Nathan for You Comedy Central 2013–2017 Comedy Partners / Abso Lutely Productions / Blow Out Productions / W.D.M
The Gossip Game VH1 2013 Magilla Entertainment / District Media Entertainment/ Monami Entertainment
Forever Young TV Land 2013 3 Ball Productions / Katalyst Films
Girl Code MTV 2013–2018
Inside Amy Schumer Comedy Central/Paramount+ 2013–present Comedy Partners / It's So Easy Productions / Irony Point / Jax Media
Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous MTV 2013 3 Arts Entertainment
The Show with Vinny MTV 2013 495 Productions / Generate Management
Hit the Floor VH1/BET 2013–2018 The Film Syndicate / In Cahoots Media
Drunk History Comedy Central 2013–2019 Comedy Partners / Gary Sanchez Productions / Konner Productions / Funny or Die
Bounty Hunters CMT 2013 Country Music Television / Muse Entertainment / Parallel Entertainment Pictures
Miami Monkey VH1 2013 Electus / The Weinstein Company / Just Jenn Productions / Left/Right Productions
Big Tips Texas MTV 2013 Breitenback Creative + Media / 20 West Productions
@midnight Comedy Central 2013–2017 Comedy Partners / Funny or Die / Garant Lennon Productions / Nerdist Industries / Serious Business / Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Adam Devine's House Party Comedy Central 2013–2016 Comedy Partners / Dennis and Penny's Son, Inc. / Wonk Inc. / Avalon Television
Scrubbing In MTV 2013 Never Nominated
Kirstie TV Land 2013–2014 Marco Pennette Productions / True Blue Productions
Party Down South CMT 2014–2016 Country Music Television / 495 Productions
Are You the One? MTV/Paramount+ 2014–present Lighthearted Entertainment
Broad City Comedy Central 2014–2019 Comedy Partners / Paper Kite Productions / 3 Arts Entertainment / Jax Media
Idiotsitter CC: Studios/Comedy Central 2014–2017 Comedy Partners / 3 Arts Entertainment
Review Comedy Central 2014–2017 Comedy Partners / Abso Lutely Productions
TripTank Comedy Central 2014–2016 Comedy Partners / ShadowMachine
Faking It MTV 2014–2016
Copycat MTV 2014 Next Entertainment / Warner Horizon Television
Jennifer Falls TV Land 2014 Vanity Logo Productions / Acme Productions
Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge CMT 2014–2016 Country Music Television / Broken Skull Productions / 51 Minds Entertainment
Finding Carter MTV 2014–2015 The Popfilms Movie Company / Stockton Drive Inc. / Go Dog Go / One Two Punch Productions / Warner Horizon Television
Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project VH1 2014 Irwin Entertainment
Dating Naked VH1/Paramount+ 2014–present Lighthearted Entertainment
LeAnn & Eddie VH1 2014 Gurney Productions / Octagon Entertainment Corporation / Maniac Creative
The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail Comedy Central 2014–2016 Comedy Partners / Red Hour Productions / Literally Figurative / Johnny Videogames
Atlanta Exes VH1 2014 Shed Media / Lynch-Dyson Entertainment
I Heart Nick Carter VH1 Bischoff Hervey Entertainment
Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood VH1 2014–2019 Monami Productions / Eastern TV (seasons 1–5) / Big Fish Entertainment (season 6)
Tiny & Shekinah's Weave Trip VH1 2014 51 Minds Entertainment / Wikked Cat / Pretty Hustle Productions / Grand Hustle Productions
Slednecks MTV 2014 Zoo Productions / All3Media America / Parallel Entertainment Pictures
K. Michelle: My Life VH1 2014–2017 Eastern TV / Monami Entertainment
MTV's Got Your 6 MTV 2014 Karga Seven Pictures
Suave Says VH1 2014–2015 Blank Paige Productions / 51 Minds Entertainment
Soroity Sisters Eastern TV / Juma Entertainment
Eye Candy MTV 2015 Blumhouse Television / Jax Media
Schitt's Creek Pop
CBC
2015–2020 Pop Media Group / Not A Real Company Productions / Canadian Broadcasting Corporation / ITV Studios Global Entertainment
One Bad Choice MTV 2015 Optomen / Jax Media
Barely Famous VH1 2015 Good Clean Fun / 3 Arts Entertainment
Big Time in Hollywood, FL Comedy Central 2015 Comedy Partners / Red Hour Productions / Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Younger TV Land/Paramount+ 2015–2021 Darren Star Productions / Jax Media
Lip Sync Battle Paramount Network 2015–2019 Spike Cable Networks / Matador Content / Sunday Night Productions / Eight Million Plus Productions / Four Eyes Entertainment / Carey Patterson Entertainment
Scream MTV/VH1 2015–2019 Dimension Television (seasons 1–2) / Signpost Up Ahead (seasons 1–2) / Flavor Unit Entertainment (season 3)
Sing it On Pop 2015–2016 Pop Media Group / Core Media Group / Sharp Entertainment / Get Lifted Film Co.
Another Period Comedy Central 2015–2018 Comedy Partners / Red Hour Productions / Leggero/Lindhome Productions / Konner Productions
Why? with Hannibal Buress Comedy Central 2015 Comedy Partners / 3 Arts Entertainment
Impastor TV Land 2015–2016 CBS Studios / The Tannenbaum Company / All in Vane
The Jim Gaffigan Show TV Land 2015–2016 Fedora Entertainment / Brillstein Entertainment Partners / Burrow Owl Productions / Jax Media / Chimichanga Productions, Inc./ Sony Pictures Television
Twinning VH1 2015 Lighthearted Entertainment
Kingin' with Tyga MTV2/MTV 2015–2016 3 Ball Entertainment
Todrick MTV 2015 Brian Graden Media
Moonbeam City Comedy Central 2015 Comedy Partners / Olive Bridge Entertainment / Alphapanel Industries / Solis Animation / Titmouse, Inc.
Middle of the Night Show MTV 2015 Big Breakfast
Follow the Rules MTV 2015 51 Minds Entertainment / Flavor Unit Entertainment
Black Ink Crew: Chicago VH1 2015–2022 Big Fish Entertainment (seasons 1–6)
I Love Kellie Pickler CMT 2015–2017 Country Music Television, Inc. / Ryan Seacrest Productions / 51 Minds Entertainment
The Shannara Chronicles MTV/Paramount Network 2016–2017 Sonar Entertainment / Farah Films / Millar Gough Ink / Raygun One
Easiest Game Show Ever Pop 2016 Pop Media Group / Nigel Lithgoe Productions / The Jackal Group
Teachers TV Land 2016–2019 Martel & Roberts Productions
Greatest Party Story Ever MTV 2016 MTV Animation / Four Peaks Media Group / Den of Thieves / ShadowMachine
Not Safe with Nikki Glaser Comedy Central 2016 Comedy Partners / Perfect / Convy Entertainment / Guinea Pig Productions / Brillstein Entertainment Partners
MTV's Suspect MTV 2016 Critical Content / Right Mind Films
Lopez TV Land 2016–2017 3 Arts Entertainment / Dakota Pictures / Travieso Productions / Altschuler Krinsky Works
Time Traveling Bong Comedy Central 2016 Comedy Partners / 3 Arts Entertainment
Ladylike MTV 2016 Bird Brain
The Amber Rose Show VH1 2016 Stage 29 Productions
VH1 Live! VH1 2016 Embassy Row
Loosely Exactly Nicole MTV/Facebook Watch 2016–2018 3 Arts Entertainment / Jax Media
Mary + Jane MTV 2016 Multi-Start Productions / Entertainment 360 / Merry Jane
Legends of Chamberlain Heights Comedy Central 2016–2017 Comedy Partners / Bento Box Entertainment
Wonderland MTV
Comedy Central
2016 Done+Dusted
Acting Out MTV A. Smith & Co. Productions
Sweet/Vicious 2016–2017
Nightcap Pop Pop Media Group / Lionsgate Television / Free 90 Media / Trout The Dog Productions / Zero Point Zero Production / Dakota Pictures
Jeff & Some Aliens Comedy Central 2017 Comedy Partners / ShadowMachine
Detroiters Comedy Central 2017–2018 Comedy Partners / Broadway Video
Stranded with a Million Dollars MTV 2017 Tollbooth TV
The High Court with Doug Benson Comedy Central 2017 Comedy Partners / Jash / Propagate Content
Nobodies TV Land / Paramount Network 2017–2018 Spike Cable Networks Inc. / On the Day Productions / Jax Media
Return of the Mac Pop 2017 Pop Media Group / CBS Studios / D&J Productions / T Group Productions
Hollywood Darlings Pop 2017–2018 Pop Media Group / All3Media America / Main Event Media
The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars MTV 2017–2018 Bunim/Murray Productions
Siesta Key MTV 2017–present Entertainment One
The Opposition with Jordan Klepper Comedy Central 2017–2018 Comedy Partners / Ark Angel
90's House MTV 2017 Super Delicious Productions
Floribama Shore MTV 2017–2021 495 Productions
Hot Date Pop 2017–2019 Pop Media Group / Artists First / Electric Avenue / Propagate Content / Big Breakfast
Amazingness MTV 2017–2018 Superjacket Productions
Love & Hip Hop: Miami VH1 2018–present Monami Productions / Eastern TV (seasons 1–2) / Big Fish Entertainment (season 3) / New Group Productions (season 4)
Corporate Comedy Central 2018–2020 Comedy Partners / Incredible Success!
Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant MTV 2018–present
Jersey Shore: Family Vacation MTV 2018–present 495 Productions
Ex on the Beach MTV 2018–present Entertainment One / Whizz Kid Entertainment / Purveyors of Pop
Yellowstone Paramount Network 2018–present Spike Cable Networks / Linson Entertainment / Bosque Ranch Productions / Treehouse Films / 101 Studios
Heathers Paramount Network 2018 Spike Cable Networks / Gyre & Gimble Productions / Underground Films / Lakeshore Entertainment
Teen Mom: Young Moms Club MTV 2018–2019
T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle VH1 2018–present VH1 Productions / Grand Hustle Productions / Tiny Hustle / Crossover Entertainment / 51 Minds Entertainment
Cartel Crew VH1 2019–2021 Big Fish Entertainment (seasons 1–2)
Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club MTV 2019 Bunim/Murray Productions
The Other Two Comedy Central/HBO Max 2019–present Comedy Partners / Broadway Video / Jax Media / Kelly/Schneider
Game of Clones MTV 2019 The Roush Wagner Company / Youngest Media
Double Shot at Love MTV 2019–present 495 Productions
El Mundo Real Facebook Watch 2019 Bunim/Murray Productions
Alternatino with Arturo Castro Comedy Central 2019 Avalon Television
The Hills: New Beginnings MTV 2019–2021 Evolution Media
Girls Cruise VH1 2019 Big Fish Entertainment
South Side Comedy Central/HBO Max 2019–present Comedy Partners / Emerald Street / The Riddle Entertainment Group / Jax Media
Black Ink Crew: Compton VH1 2019–2022 Big Fish Entertainment (season 1)
Ghosted: Love Gone Missing MTV 2019–2021 Sharp Entertainment
True Life Crime MTV 2020–present Good Caper Content / Karga Seven Pictures / Left/Right Productions
68 Whiskey Paramount Network 2020 Spike Cable Networks / CBS Studios / Imagine Television Studios / yes Studios / Little City Ironworks
Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens Comedy Central 2020–present Comedy Partners / In Fina We Trust / Artists First
Families of the Mafia MTV 2020–present
Paradise Lost Spectrum Originals 2020 Spike Cable Networks / Paramount Television Studios / Fishburne & Sons / Simon–Binx Productions / Anonymous Content
RuPaul's Secret Celebrity Drag Race VH1 2020–present World of Wonder
Revenge Prank MTV 2020–2021 Gobstopper Television
True Life Presents: Quarantine Stories MTV 2020
RuPaul's Drag Race: Vegas Revue VH1 2020 World of Wonder
Emily in Paris Netflix 2020–present Darren Star Productions / Jax Media
Deliciousness MTV 2020–present Thrill One Media / Gorilla Flicks
VH1 Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition VH1 2021–present
My Celebrity Dream Wedding 2021–present Entertainment One
The Real World Homecoming Paramount+ 2021–2022 Bunim/Murray Productions
The Challenge: All Stars 2021–present
From Cradle to Stage 2021 Live Nation Entertainment / Roswell Films / Therapy Studios
CMT Campfire Sessions CMT 2021–present
Adorableness MTV 2021–present Thrill One Media / Gorilla Flicks
My True Crime Story VH1 2021–present Hotsnakes Media
Messyness MTV 2021–present Thrill One Media / Gorilla Flicks
Hell of A Week with Charlamagne tha God Comedy Central 2021–present Comedy Partners / CThaGodWorld Productions / Spartina Productions
Mayor of Kingstown Paramount+ 2021–present Bosque Ranch Productions / 101 Studios / Yari Film Group / Yucaipa Companies
Queen of the Universe 2021–present World of Wonder
1883 2021–2022 101 Studios / Bosque Ranch Productions / Linson Entertainment
Teen Mom: Family Reunion MTV 2022–present 11th Street Productions
Teen Mom: Girl's Night In
Fairview Comedy Central CBS Studios / Spartina Productions / Licht Media Solutions / RJ Fried Worldwide
Becoming A Popstar MTV Pepsi Productions / Jesse Collins Entertainment / Velocity
Help! I'm in a Secret Relationship! Sharp Entertainment
Hip Hop My House Paramount+ Anaid Productions
Buckhead Shore MTV 495 Productions
All Star Shore Paramount+ White Label Productions / ITV Studios Netherlands
The Challenge: USA CBS 2022 Bunim/Murray Productions
Uncoupled Netflix 2022–present Darren Star Productions / Jeffrey Richman Productions / Jax Media
Teen Mom: The Next Chapter MTV 11th Street Productions
The Challenge: Untold History 2022 Bunim/Murray Productions
Tulsa King Paramount+ 2022–present Bosque Ranch Productions / Cold Front Productions / Balboa Productions / 101 Studios
George & Tammy Showtime Freckle Films / 101 Studios / Mad Chance Productions / Blink Films Inc / Aunt Sylvia's Moving Picture Co. / Brolin Productions
Sampled Paramount+ 3Ball Productions / Hu
1923 101 Studios / Linson Entertainment / Bosque Ranch Productions
1883: The Bass Reeves Story TBA 101 Studios / Bosque Ranch Productions / Yoruba Saxon
Dating at Sea MTV
De La Calle Paramount+ Zero Point Zero Productions
Everybody Still Hates Chris Paramount+ / Comedy Central CBS Studios / 3 Arts Entertainment / CR Enterprises, Inc.
The Hills: Next Gen MTV [19]
Jersey Shore 2.0 495 Productions
Land Man Paramount+ Imperative Entertainment / Texas Monthly
Love at First Lie: Who’s A Couple And Who’s A Con MTV
Power Game

Television specials

Title Network Original run Production company(s)
CMT Music Awards CMT/CBS 1964–present Switched On Entertainment
MTV New Year's Eve specials MTV 1981–2014 MTV News
MTV Video Music Awards 1984–present Den of Thieves
Camp MTV 1989
MTV Movie & TV Awards 1992–present Den of Thieves
VH1 Honors VH1 1994 Ken Ehrlich Productions
VH1 Fashion and Music Awards 1995
My VH1 Music Awards 2000–2001
MTV Icon MTV/MTV2 2001–2004
CBS News on Logo: Special Report on AIDS Logo TV 2005 CBS News
Scream Awards Paramount Network 2006–2011 Spike Cable Networks / Michael Levitt Productions / Chloe Productions
The Making of Jackass the Game MTV 2007 Red Mile Entertainment/ Dickhouse Productions
A Colbert Christmas Comedy Central 2008 Comedy Partners / Spartina Productions
Bam's World Domination Paramount Network 2010 Spike Cable Networks Inc. / Time Inc. Studios / Capital V Productions
Bo Burnham: Words, Words, Words Comedy Central Comedy Partners / 3 Arts Entertainment / Art & Industry
CMT Artists of the Year CMT 2010–present Country Music Television / Switched On Entertainment
The Comedy Awards Comedy Central 2011–2012 Comedy Partners
Daniel Tosh: Happy Thoughts 2011 Comedy Partners / Irwin Entertainment / Black Hearts Productions
Norm Macdonald: Me Doing Standup Comedy Partners / Irwin Entertainment / Norm Macdonald Productions / Brillstein Entertainment Partners
It Gets Better Logo TV
MTV
2012 Snackaholic / Hypomania Content / Octagon Entertainment
Jo Koy: Lights Out Comedy Central Comedy Partners / Art & Industry
Jeff Ross Roasts America Comedy Partners / Enough with the Bread Already Productions / Tagline Television
Demetri Martin: Standup Comedian Comedy Partners / PersonGlobal / Irwin Entertainment
D.L. Hughley: The Endangered List Comedy Partners / Five Timez Productions / Kahn Miller Greenberg / 3 Arts Entertainment
Al Madrigal: Why Is The Rabbit Crying? 2013 Comedy Partners / Pupcake Productions / Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Steve Rannazzisi: Manchild Comedy Partners / Brillstein Entertainment Partners / Irwin Entertainment
Neal Brennan: Woman and Black Dudes 2014 Comedy Partners / Neal Brennan, Inc. / Irwin Entertainment / Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Laverine Cox: The T Word MTV
Logo TV
Ish Entertainment / Gigantic! Productions
Ari Shaffir: Paid Regular Comedy Central 2015 Comedy Partners / Tax Industries / Art & Industry
Nicki Minaj: My Time Again MTV RadicalMedia
Nick Swardson: Taste It Comedy Central Comedy Partners / Irwin Entertainment / Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Bridget Everest: Gynecological Wonder Comedy Partners / Red Hour Productions / Beavertail Productions
Steve Rannazzisi: Breaking Dad Comedy Partners / Thank You, Brain! Productions / Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Nikki Glasser: Perfect 2016 Comedy Partners / Irwin Entertainment / Perfect / Convy Entertainment / Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Big Jay Oakerson: Live at Wembley Hall Comedy Partners / Angry Buddha Films / ScooBADoo Productions / Jax Media
Roy Wood Jr.: Father Figure 2017 Comedy Partners / Art & Industry
In Session Live with Dr. Jess VH1 2018 Big Fish Entertainment / CThaGodWorld Productions
RuPaul's Drag Race Holi-slay Spectacular World of Wonder
The Challenge: CT's Getting Married MTV Bunim/Murray Productions
Hollywood Exes: Reunited VH1 2020 New Pop Culture Productions
Dragging the Classics: The Brady Bunch Paramount+ 2021 World of Wonder
Roy Wood Jr.: Imperfect Messenger Comedy Central Comedy Partners / Bob Bain Productions / Mainstay Entertainment
Reno 911!: The Hunt for QAnon Paramount+ Comedy Partners / High Sierra Carpeting
South Park: The 25th Anniversary Concert Comedy Central 2022 Comedy Partners / Alex Coletti Productions

Television movies

Title Network Original run Production company(s)
Two of Us VH1 2000 Viacom Productions
2gether MTV Keystone Pictures / 2gether Productions
Jailbait Once Upon a Time Films
Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back VH1
Is It Fall Yet? MTV MTV Animation
Love Song Viacom Productions
The Way She Moves VH1 2001 Wilshire Court Productions / Charter Films / Randwell
Anatomy of a Hate Crime MTV Team Entertainment
Too Leight: The MC Hammer Story VH1 Wilshire Court Productions / Charter Films
Warning: Parental Advisory 2002
Windy City Heat Comedy Central 2003 Comedy Partners / Jackhole Productions / Dakota Pictures
The Hebrew Hammer ContentFilm / Intrinsic Value Films
Fat Camp: An MTV Docs Movie Presentation MTV 2006 Gigantic Productions
All You've Got Paramount Home Entertainment
Totally Awesome VH1 Paramount Home Entertainment / 3 Arts Entertainment / The Weinstein Company
Super Sweet 16: The Movie MTV 2007 Paramount Home Entertainment
My Super Psycho Sweet 16 2009 In Cahoots Media, Inc. / The Popfilms Movie Company
My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 2 2010
Alternate History: Nazi's Win WW2 Paramount Network 2011 Spike Cable Networks Inc. / Flight 33 Productions
6 Days to Air Comedy Central Comedy Partners
My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 3 MTV 2012 In Cahoots Media, Inc. / The Popfilms Movie Company
Eugene! Comedy Central Comedy Partners / Jax Media
CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story VH1 2013 VH1 Productions / Diggit Entertainment Group / In Cahoots Media, Inc. / The Popfilms Movie Company
No Cameras Allowed MTV 2014 Fake Empire Productions
The Dorm Sony Pictures Television / Nomadic Pictures
The Breaks VH1 2016 VH1 Productions
Dashing in December Paramount Network 2020 The Ninth House
Adventures in Christmasing VH1 2021 Johnson Production Group / K-Lab Studios
The Bitch Who Stole Christmas World of Wonder
A Clüsterfünke Christmas Comedy Central Comedy Partners / Lighthouse Pictures / Wishing Floor Films
Hip Hop Family Christmas VH1 Foxx Tales / Nexus Films
Hot Mess Holiday Comedy Central Comedy Partners / Gunpowder & Sky
Let's Get Merried VH1 UnbeliEVAble Entertainment / Blue Ice Pictures
Miracle Across 125th Street Ncredible Entertainment / Capital Arts Entertainment
Out of Office Comedy Central 2022 CBS Studios / Propagate Content
Cursed Friends Propagate Content / Electric Avenue / Artists First
Hip Hop Family Christmas Wedding VH1 Foxx Hole Productions / Nexus Films
All I Didn't Want for Christmas Blue Ice Pictures
A New Diva's Christmas Carol Green Door Pictures / Blue Ice Pictures
Fuhgeddabout Christmas Justina Valentine Presents
Jodie Comedy Central TBA
Washingtonia

Awards and nominations

Academy Awards

Year Category Film Winner/nominee(s) Result
2000 Best Adapted Screenplay Election[20] Alexander Payne
Jim Taylor
Nominated
2004 Best Documentary Feature Tupac: Resurrection[21] Lauren Lazin
Karolyn Ali
Nominated
2006 Murderball[22] Henry Alex Rubin
Dana Adam Shapiro
Nominated
Best Original Song Hustle & Flow[23] Jordan Houston
Cedric Coleman
Paul Beauregard
("It's Hard out Here for a Pimp")
Won
Best Actor Terrence Howard Nominated
2014 Best Makeup and Hairstyling Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa[24] Stephen Prouty Nominated
2022 Best Documentary Feature Ascension[25] Jessica Kingdom
Kira Simon-Kennedy
Nathan Truesdell
Nominated


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