MTV is bringing back two of their favorite TV shows. This week, the network announced they are reviving Cribs and Girl Code on Snapchat.
A docuseries, Cribs follows celebrities as they take viewers on a tour of their house. The original series ran from 2000 to 2011 and featured the homes of over 100 stars, including Mariah Carey, Ludacris, Tony Hawk, Missy Elliott, and Naomi Campbell.
A spin-off of Guy Code, Girl Code features a panel of female comics, actresses, and musicians discussing issues that women share. The show originally ran from 2013 to 2015 and included appearances from Awkwafina, Nicole Byer, Carly Aquilino, and April Rose.
Now, both shows are back. New episodes of Cribs and Girl Code will be available on Snapchat’s Discover platform. Cribs begins June 3rd with an episode featuring DJ and music producer Steve Aoki, while Girl Code is set to premiere on July 27th.
Read more info from MTV and watch a preview below:
NEW YORK, NY (June 1, 2017) – MTV today announced that the hit classic, “Cribs,” and fan-favorite, “Girl Code,” will launch as Shows on Snapchat.
Each episode of “Cribs” has been reimagined for Snapchat, offering viewers a sneak peek into a different room or area of their favorite artists and athletes homes. Featured on Snapchat’s Discover platform, and available to viewers for 48 hours, the first episode of “Cribs” will launch on Saturday, June 3, and highlight Grammy-nominated DJ and producer, Steve Aoki. Viewers will get a private tour of Aoki’s Vegas home with rare collectibles, a custom-made playroom and the deepest pool in Vegas.
On June 10, professional skateboarder Nyjah Huston will give a tour of his LA pad which includes his impressive trophy collection, dope shoe collection, and the coolest outdoor hang out spot on the west coast.
Von Miller, Denver Broncos linebacker and 2015 Superbowl MVP, will show fans his Texas-inspired Denver home on June 17. He’ll also give an exclusive look into Club 58, a tricked-out basement with a fully-equipped arcade and poker tables.
The female-driven comedy series, “Girl Code,” will premiere on July 27 with returning cast members including Carly Aquilino and Matteo Lane. Additional details will be announced at a later date.
“Cribs” is produced and developed by Kim Thai, directed by Nate Ford. Garth Bardsley and Nicola Darrach serve as Executive Producers. Lisa Lauricella is Executive Producer in Charge of Music Talent. Christina Perez is Music Talent Producer. James Cozzarelli and Paul Sansone are MTV Executives in Charge of Production.
“Girl Code” is executive produced by Ryan Ling from Bird Brain productions. Garth Bardsley is Executive for MTV. James Cozzarelli and Paul Sansone are MTV Executives in Charge of Production.”
What do you think? Are you a fan of Cribs and/or Girl Code? Will you watch the new episodes on Snapchat?