Sticking close to what should be near to its target demo's heart, MTV's "Underemployed" is basically "Avenue Q," just without the songs and puppets.
Representing the latest U.S. adaptation of a British series (and MTV's second, on the heels of "Skins"), coming-of-age comedy "The Inbetweeners" has, for once, clearly gained something in translation.
As MTV's programming toppers David Janollari and Chris Linn stood onstage during the network's portion of the Television Critics Assn. tour Friday, it was clear that change is in the air.
"Skins" has completed the cross-Atlantic flight to MTV with its flaws and eccentricities intact.
Blighty hit drama "Skins," in which a group of Bristol teens have sex, take drugs, come out and break down, began six years ago with a taunt from an actual teenager -- the 19-year-old son of the…
MTV has moved further into the scripted world, giving series orders to the coming-of-age entry "That Girl" and the horror comedy "Death Valley."
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