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“We are excited to be working with Jeffrey, Doug and the Quibi team to reinvent ‘Punk’d’ and ‘Singled Out’ for a new generation of fans.”“Singled Out” was a dating show which originally aired on MTV from 1995 to 1998, and was recently revamped for MTV’s You Tube channel.
The reimagined version will seek to show that “anyone and everyone can find love no matter their sexual preference.”For the generation who grew up watching ‘Punk’d’ and ‘Singled Out’ on MTV, this represents a long overdue reboot of two well-loved shows.
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.
“It’s also an opportunity to bring these enduring and classic MTV franchises to a brand new audience on our exciting new platform.” There will be 20 new episodes of each show, all of them available only on Quibi.The app promises to fuse "Hollywood and Silicon Valley" to offer "quick bites of captivating entertainment, created for mobile by the best talent, designed to fit perfectly into any moment of your day." is a hidden camera prank show that originally aired on MTV from 2003 to 2007.Starring host Ashton Kutcher, it featured memorable pranks on both civilians and celebrities, helping Kutcher to make a name for himself."Punk'd" first became popular when Aston Kutcher hosted the hidden-camera practical joke reality show from 2003 until 2007.
It was rebooted in 2012 featuring a different celebrity host for each episode before ending its time with MTV later that year.
MTV has partnered with a digital platform called Quibi to put a fresh face on some nostalgic programming.