Forget hitting the beach or lake this summer, because a whole pile of our favorite MTV shows which have now in a collection known as Your Summer Hook-up. Check out the announcement below:
Guilty pleasures abound! But the shows from the announcement video are just the beginning, take a look at all the shows joining Hulu’s MTV Summer Hook-Up lineup below:
, Jersey Shore introduced to the world of a group of Italian-American housemates living on the Jersey Shore. The Guidos and Guidettes of the series — including Pauly D, JWoww, Snooki and The Situation — soon won their way into our hearts with their outrageous party antics and their ridiculous catchphrases, hey G.T.L, baby.
The spin-off from the wildly popular series Laguna Beach, entertained us in the (slightly) more mature series The Hills for six seasons. Focussing on the personal and professional lives of a group living in LA, The Hills toyed with our emotions, gave us plenty of celebrity gossip and ultimately made us question how much reality was actually involved in reality TV over the course of its run.
Real World: Go Big or Go Home
The 31st season of the Real World MTV series, Real World: Go Big or Go Home, was shot in Nevada, and featured the interesting twist of having housemates perform missions in order to stay on the show.
Are You The One?
Beach, babes and bucks: 10 men and 10 women travel to a tropical destination to find their perfect match, if they are able to pick all 10 perfect matches in 10 weeks then they win a whopping $1 million to split between them.
Snooki & JWoww
A spin-off from Jersey Shore, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Jennifer “JWoww” Farley paired up for their new series, the aptly named Snooki & JWoww. The series basically followed the two friends dealing with their everyday challenges including various pregnancies, relationships and life in general.
A spin-off of a spin-off, The City followed Whitney Port, who previously starred in The Hills, as she moves to New York and deals with a new job and friends.
16 and Pregnant
16 and Pregnant is a documentary style series, following the journey of a soon-to-be teen mom throughout her pregnancy and the early days of motherhood. The series has been the center of much controversy over the years, though there is data to suggest that it could possibly be part of the reason for a decrease in teen pregnancy in the 18 months follow its premiere back in 2009.
Teen Mom OG
The first spin-off series of 16 and Pregnant, Teen Mom OG followed new moms, Maci, Catelynn, Farrah and Amber (along with their partners and families), as they raised their babies while also dealing with the pressure of still being a teenager.
Teen Mom 2
…And Teen Mom was back at it again with Teen Mom 2, this time following Janelle, Chelsea, Kailyn and Leah with their kids.
Beavis and Butt-Head
Centered on the antic of two dim-witted, heavy metal-loving friends, Beavis and Butt-Head, the TV series of the same name started all the way back in 1993 and ran for 222 episodes (including a 2011 revival!). Beavis and Butt-Head is so iconic that its creator Mike Judge still wants the series to one day make a return to network TV, over two decades since it began.
Finding Carter was the teen drama centered around the bad dream of one day learning that the mother who raised you wasn’t actually your mother at all, but your kidnapper. The horror.
After repeated attempts of becoming popular, two friends fake a lesbian relationship to become the hot couple of the school. Giddy with the heights of their new popularity the pair continue their ruse in the ultimate embodiment of faking it ’til you make it.
Animated TV series Daria still maintains its popularity as much as it did during it’s initial run in the late 90s and early 00s. Following cynical teen Daria Morgendorffer, the series was a smart commentary on pop culture and society.
Named for the comedy troupe that it feature The State ran from 1993 until 1995. The series mixed strange characters and situations into various sketches, aimed at an MTV generation audience.
The ultimate hidden camera practical joke TV series, Punk’d played practical jokes on many high profile celebrities over the years including Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, Taylor Swift and Sofia Vergara.
Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory
Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory follows professional skater Rob Dyrdek, his cousin drama and the staff of the Fantasy Factory as they undertake work to make various large scale goals (such as breaking land speed records, making video clips and even making the most expensive grilled cheese) come true.
The Challenge: Rivals III
Don’t be fooled by the name, The Challenge: Rivals III is actually the 28th season of MTV show The Challenge, but the third installment in the Rivals series. Filmed in Mexico and Argentina, the series sees a number of pairs participating in various challenges, before facing elimination in “The Jungle.”
Catfish: The TV Show
Based on the documentary film of the same name (and including host, Nev Schulman), MTV’s Catfish: The TV Show set about helping a guest work out if the person they thought they were dating online, was actually who they said they were or if they were in fact, being catfished.
A mix between American’s Funniest Home Videos and Jackass, Ridiculousness sees a panel, including host Rob Dyrdek and co-hosts Steelo and Chanel West Coast, watching viral videos and adding their own commentary.
What MTV series is your guilty pleasure?
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