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- Geek & Sci-Fi
Remember Gerardo? The guy who gave us 'Rico Suave'? Well, VH1 decided to give him a reality series 24 years later.
Naked people: WHEE!
"I can draw a direct line from 1520 Sedgwick Avenue...to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue."
A four-part documentary about the history of hip-hop in America from the director of "Cocaine Cowboys"? Sign me up.
We ask, because after seeing the Wu-Tang legend get a drink splashed in his face during a teaser for the upcoming season of the VH1 show, we're not sure being a part of the reality TV spectacle was his best move.
Cancel your New Year's plan, we have television to watch.
The documentary will be based on the book "The Tanning of America," and will feature first-person accounts of hip-hop's most notable moments and effects on culture.
As much as I watch and overanalyze television, I had no clue that VH1 still produced original series, let alone scripted dramas and not hokey reality series about musicians you’ve never heard of (although Bands Reunited was one of the greatest TV shows of any kind in the history of the medium, but that’s another discussion for another UPROXX site).
Normally, VH1 outpaces all other music channels when it comes to, you know, actually covering music.
And seeing as five people from the show have died, that's a lot of yelling.
Well jumpin' Jesus d*ck.
If there is a God, he'll give us a clip of Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Paul Rudd acting out a scene from "Sixteen Candles" that never aired on VH1.
"The Master" director Paul Thomas Anderson pitched a variety show hosted by Jon Brion to VH1, but they said no. Watch the pilot with Elliot Smith.
Ciara, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland, and Jordin Sparks will sing, but VH1 forgot about America's best diva.
Mo Rocca must be so happy, you guys.
Courtney Stodden and her old-ass husband are apparently having "relationship problems,"so they will appear on the upcoming season of 'Couples Therapy.' That should fix things.
Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell are in the middle of a country-wide press junket for their upcoming movie, "The Campaign," and to no one’s surprise, they’re restless.
Last night, VH1 aired part-one of their 40 Greatest R&B Songs of the '90s series.