Lindsay Lohan is really out here trying to shill her new reality show Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club so she stopped by Andy Cohen’s SiriusXM show to talk to him and promote it. Since Andy is the biggest shit-stirrer this side of a toilet flush, he brought up how Paris Hilton dragged Lindsay on his show last month. Paris said that Lindsay crashed her night out with Britney Spears in 2006 and that’s how the “iconic” (was it?) photo called “Three Wrecks Sitting In A Car” was created. Well, Lindsay is here to defend her “good” name (is it?).
The Real World is coming back, but don’t worry, since times have changed MTV has found a way to make sure all the youth still identify with all the mess and tomfoolery, while keeping things oh-so-hip. MTV is taking The Real World to Facebook. “Is Facebook or whatever that place where my grandma always gets suspended for posting Pizzagate articles?” asked the youngins’ who MTV is trying to reach by putting The Real World on Facebook. Continue reading
Looks like Lindsay Lohan really is back y’all. And by “back” I don’t mean she was cast in any new movies or anything like that–nobody except MTV (who works with hot messes annually and is used to it) wants to work with her still–but she is back in the sense that she’s saying stupid shit she needs to apologize for. Which is honestly, like, 73% of what fame whores do anyway, right?
MTV released the first teaser trailer for Lindsay Lohan’s upcoming reality series, Lohan Beach Club. I can’t believe all those people in the background, reading their phones and acting like they don’t care about the reality TV history being made around them.
Last month, anyone flirting under an assumed name and identity on Facebook with a hot stranger from six states over let out a huge sigh of relief. Because Nev Schulman, the fakery catcher from Catfish: The TV Show, had been put in a time-out by MTV. Production on the seventh season of Catfish immediately stopped after Ayissha Morgan, a woman who appeared on the fourth season of the show, filmed two YouTube videos accusing Nev of harassment and misconduct during filming. Usually it’s Nev and his hot salt n’ pepper helper Max Joseph who get to the bottom of drama, but this time it’s MTV. And they recently cleared Nev of any wrongdoing.
This news is either going to make you grab your Lawndale High pom-poms and cheer, or get sick, or give an apathetic Daria-like shrug. Whatever your reaction, all you really need to know is that MTV’s Daria is coming back.
Variety reports that this new Daria development is happening on the heels of MTV’s decision to launch a new production studio, MTV Studios. MTV Studios plans on putting out new shows and reviving old classics, like Daria, Aeon Flux, and The Real World. MTV released a statement, saying they’re “opening up this vault beyond our own platforms to reimagine the franchises with new partners.”
This new Daria will be written by Grace Edwards, who worked on Inside Amy Schumer and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. While MTV’s statement makes it sound like Daria is set for a “reimagining,” it’s more of a reinvention. They’re calling it Daria & Jodie.
“The iconic animated franchise is reinvented through the eyes of heroine Daria Morgendorffer and one of her closest friends Jodie Landon. These two smart young women take on the world, with their signature satirical voice while deconstructing popular culture, social classes, gender and race.”
The original Daria ran from 1997 to 2002, and wrapped up with a TV movie, Is It Fall Yet?. Daria made sense back then, because the 90s were all about the jocks n’ cheerleaders high school experience. But 2018 is a different time. I don’t know what would bother Daria Morgendorffer more: the idea of MTV shamelessly pulling Daria back from the dead, or that what was once seen as a weird, unpopular outsider is now basically the average cool teenage Tumblr user.