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Twentyfourseven hits MTV in December

by Adam Finley, posted Nov 12th 2006 4:01PM

hollywoodReality TV just isn't my cup of tea, and that's especially true if said reality program happens to be on MTV. However, because I love and each everyone of you like I would love my own step-children if I had any, I figured I'd hep you to Twentyfourseven, a new reality program that will chronicle the lives of seven friends trying to make it big in Hollywood. There's the film producer; the club promoter; the up and coming rock star; the musician and voice-over actor; the filmmaker; the actor; and the record producer. Oh, and Jerry Mathers as the Beaver.

Continuing with its multiplatform approach, MTV will offer the first episode for free on iTunes the same day it airs on MTV (December 6 at 10:30 pm). Viewers will also be able to download the episodes the day after they air. Starting December 7, you can also watch the premiere episode on iFilm. The Web site for the series (twentyfourseven.mtv.com) will also offer behind-the-scenes footage and information on the cast.

If I were doing a show about people in Hollywood, I'd make it about people far more interesting: there would be Greg, the guy who cleans your windshield with a soiled rag for ten cents; Billy Fred, the man who screams racial slurs at the little green man on the WALK sign; and Sandra, the bright-eyed gal from Iowa who came to town with dreams of being a star who now makes money lap dancing in the basement of a tattoo parlor. Call me old fashioned, but that sounds like a hit show to me.

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Chris Wamble

The show is awesome. I don't see why you people are so disgusted with it. What is it about the show that people don't like? What are you comparing it to Laguna Beach or Real World? Twentyfourseven is a show that everyone can relate to sometime in their life. The reason is that it shows the different challenges we must face and overcome on a daily basis; dealing with difficult people, improvising when things don't go the way we plan, getting through tough times before enjoying the good, and trying to stay true to ourselves when our egos get too big and we forget who we are. Compared to other reality shows, this is a show that everyone in any line of work or any lifestyle can relate to. So before people start going on about how bad the show is, try elaborating and what it is you think the show is lacking. Otherwise you're just blowing up hot steam.

December 22 2006 at 12:59 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Nate

I already watched a show called "24seven" on The N three years ago, a British import kid's show. And it's probably 375 times better than this.

Really MTV, get better titles for your shows, this one makes you look like you have broken space bars and shift keys all over Viacom.

November 12 2006 at 8:40 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Geoffrey C

I can tell you that there is a lot of music on Twentyfourseven and the viewers of MTV are going to be very VERY happy with this show.
Geoff

November 12 2006 at 8:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Emily

Given the title of this article, I thought that this was breaking news and that the producers at MTV had finally come to their senses and decided that they'll talk about music 24/7.

But alas, it is another one of their crappy reality programs.

November 12 2006 at 6:42 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
GhostDoggy

On behalf of all Americans I feel someone needs to file suit against any entity misrepresenting themselves to the extent that MTv, Music TeleVision does. There is no music. There hasn't been any music in majority in more than a decade. Its a scam of scams.

The good news is that my feelings towards the Sci-Fi channel much more positive even with the gore and horror that they past off as science fiction content.

November 12 2006 at 6:25 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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