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And, People reported last June that "Daria", "The Real World" and "Made" would all be making a comeback, along with a remake of the sci-fi series "Aeon Flux", to MTV's subscription video on demand.
There is no word on release dates for "Punk'd" and "Singled Out" yet.
Hosted by Chris Hardwick and Jenny Mc Carthy (later replaced by Carmen Electra), the show centered on a single woman choosing a date from among 50 young men, and a single man then taking his turn with 50 women.
As with its predecessor, the winning couple was set up on a date after the show.
Whoever reached the Picker first won the date; in the event of a tie, Hardwick would ask a "closest without going over" question to break it.
Both remakes, which will be available on the Jeffrey Katzenberg-created video streaming platform, will consist of 20 new episodes, each under ten minutes in length to remain in keeping with Quibi’s short-form content format.“Punk’d” was a hidden camera reality show which aired for a total of ten seasons and was created by Ashton Kutcher, who also served as the host.
Both shows plan to incorporate the new technological advancements that have become available since the shows last aired.
The press release notes that "now that technology can really augment reality, we're back to pull the boldest pranks...
“This deal builds on MTV’s strategy of reinventing our iconic shows to reach new audiences on pioneering new platforms like Quibi,” said MTV president Chris Mc Carthy.The show targeted Hollywood stars, and the reboot will make use of augmented reality to make the pranks even bolder than before.The new “This deal builds on MTV’s strategy of reinventing our iconic shows to reach new audiences on pioneering new platforms like Quibi,” said Chris Mc Carthy, president of MTV.The dating game show "Singled Out" aired on MTV from 1995 until 1998 and was originally hosted by Jenny Mc Carthy and Chris Hardwick.In 2018, MTV revamped the show for its You Tube channel with rappers Justina Valentina and Conceited as hosts.
MTV has partnered with a digital platform called Quibi to put a fresh face on some nostalgic programming.