Sunday 9:00 PM on MTV - Music Television
Newest
TV.com Staff
Kaitlin Thomas
staff

From Lady Gaga to the 'N Sync reunion we all knew was happening, the night was an addictive mix of terror and pleasure.

  • Post
  • Photo
  • Discussion
  • Video
  • Quote
Example: "You look mahvelous!" - Billy Crystal as Fernando
Settings
Show vote totals before vote occurs
Exclusive voting: allow only one option to be selected at a time
Multiple votes: allow more than one vote per user (after a page refresh)
Sort options by most votes
Publish
Edit
Preview
Cancel
  • Post
  • Photo
  • Discussion
  • Video
  • Quote
Example: "You look mahvelous!" - Billy Crystal as Fernando
Settings
Show vote totals before vote occurs
Exclusive voting: allow only one option to be selected at a time
Multiple votes: allow more than one vote per user (after a page refresh)
Sort options by most votes
Publish
Edit
Preview
Cancel
staff
Moon Men
Aug 29, 2011
MTV Video Music Awards 2011: Desperate Living in Desperate Times (PHOTORECAP!)
This thing was a nightmare, and like most nightmares, it involved screaming. TONS of screaming. But to be fair, there were SOME highlights. Let's talk about them!
staff
"Music" "Television"
Sep 08, 2012
MTV VMAs 2012: Only Mostly Terrible This Time (PHOTO RECAP)
It happened again: A big, bright, shiny jamboree of malarkey! At least it wasn't as terrible as last year.
His bad behavior at the 2009 VMAs was just the latest in a string of incidents involving Kanye Behaving Badly. Is he his own worst enemy?
Sep 14, 2009
Memo to Kanye West: Stop Acting Like a Moron

At last night's MTV Video Music Awards, pretty much everything else that happened was made irrelevant by Kanye West's interruption of Taylor Swift's acceptance speech. His behavior is getting downright insufferable.

TV.com rocked the MTV Video Awards! Check out our awesome video interviews here, along with the list of winners!
Aug 18, 2006
2006 MTV Video Music Awards
vma_header_tv.jpg

MTV's 23rd annual celebration of the glorious music video was a wild and wonderful event, and we're so glad TV.com was there! Performances by Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, T.I., Panic! At the Disco, Ludacris, and The Killers blew our collective mind, and Jack White's "other band," The Raconteurs, provided an uber-hip live soundtrack for the entire event. Fabulous host Jack Black and a score of other celebs were on hand for the festivities, and TV.com's Stephanie Quay was right in the middle of it all. Check out our video interviews right here!

One more thing: don't forget to visit MP3.com for even more fantastic coverage!

Alex Murell

Laguna Beach


This ex-Laguna Beacher stops by to let us know about her experiences on the hit MTV reality show, as well as her hopeful transition to a successful music career. Watch ...

Read more
Story
Aug 21, 2013
The Best MTV Video Music Award Performances of All-Time
From Madonna to One Direction, We Want Your Vote for the Greatest Performance of All Time.
staff
Story
Aug 22, 2013
9 Essential Things You Need to Know About Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards
Including where to livestream, what you can vote for, and who's performing.
staff
Story
Aug 22, 2013
Who Should Win the 2013 VMAs "Best Pop Video" Award?
Is "Best Pop Video" Justin Timberlake's to lose?
The youth-oriented awards fest created some genuine happenings in its 25th year.
Sep 14, 2009
The Five Most Interesting Moments of the VMAs

MTV kinda makes too big a deal out of their Video Music Awards. As a cultural barometer, the annual kids fest has lost some urgency over the years, yet MTV continues to pretend--willfully deny, even--that they're just the same old kick-ass awards that they were when they started, 25 years ago. That said, they show can still be pretty darned entertaining. And on that front, last night's 25th-anniversary go-around did not disappoint. All of the studied hip-pomp was intact, musicians behaved like utter jackasses, and awkward jokes fell flat. Here are our picks for the five most interesting moments.

Award show's total viewership last Thursday was nearly half of the event's audience in 2002.
Sep 05, 2006
MTV VMA ratings plunge

Ratings for the MTV Video Music Awards plunged 31 percent among viewers in the cable network's target demographic, those aged 12 to 34.

Nearly 3.9 million viewers in that age group tuned in for Thursday's 23rd annual event at Radio City Music Hall in New York, still enough to beat all other channels for the night in that demo.

The total viewership, 5.8 million, tumbled 27 percent from last year, and represents almost half of the audience the show drew on MTV in 2002.

But online, MTV broke its own record for the most single-day streams for its broadband platform, Overdrive, with 3.9 million. MTV's last Overdrive high was reached the day after last year's awards show, with 3.3 million.

Follow this Show
Members
89
Aired
8.24.2014
Aired
8.25.2013
Episode 29 Season 1
MTV 29th Video Music Awards
Aired
9.6.2012
Aired
8.28.2011
Aired
9.12.2010
Himself (Host)
Herself (Host)
Themselves
Himself
Himself (Presenter)
Since 1984, MTV has had an awards show for the year's top and new pop music videos. Now known as the VMA's, it was traditionally held on the first Thursday of September on the East or West coast. But since 9/11, it has been moved to the previous week. Every year there is atleast 1 host and performances by the nominees and newer artists.moreless
  • 8:00 pm
    20/20
    NEW
    ABC
  • 9:00 pm
    20/20
    NEW
    ABC
  • 10:00 pm
    48 Hours To Catch a Genius
    NEW
    CBS