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Yo Momma
GenreReality TV game show
Created byWilmer Valderrama
Presented byWilmer Valderrama
Jason Everhart
Sam Sarpong
(Seasons 1 and 2)
Destiny Lightsy (Season 3)
StarringWilmer Valderrama
Narrated byBig Boy
Opening theme"Yo' Mama" (remix)
by The Pharcyde
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes64 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producersDean Minerd, Rod Aissa, Wilmer Valderrama
ProducersLisa Lettunich, Jonathan Cane, Ross Breitenbach,
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkMTV
Picture format4:3 (Seasons 1, 2)
16:9 (Season 3)
Original releaseApril 3, 2006 (2006-04-03) –
December 27, 2007 (2007-12-27)
External links
Website

Yo Momma is an American television show based upon insulting one's mother. Creators, executive producers and hosts are Wilmer Valderrama, along with Sam Sarpong (Seasons 1 and 2), Jason Everhart and Destiny Lightsy. The show was produced from April 2006 to December 2007, and, as the title suggests, used "yo momma" jokes; many episodes featured guest appearances from rappers.

The Yo Momma Online Network

In conjunction with Yo Momma, MTV launched YoMomma.tv, a Web 2.0 community dedicated to increasing viewer engagement with the program, and heavily promoted during Yo Momma episodes. Site users construct a profile and upload their own yo momma jokes (or "disses"), and attempt to boost their rankings on the site by challenging other users to "Battles", exchanges of uploaded disses between two users. Both disses and Battles are voted on by the user community.

A corollary feature is "Let's Bully", which allows users to send insults over e-mail using an avatar of the user's face superimposed over modifiable clip art. The Let's Bully feature was the subject of an article in Adweek Magazine.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Adweek". adweek.com. Retrieved 17 February 2017.