MTV’s MLA format website is live, but you can’t watch it yet
We’re still a ways from the MTV Network debut of a new website format, but the website format will be ready for viewers to start viewing soon.
The website format is being rolled out as a pilot program at a number of major cable networks and will allow users to view an array of content, including the current season of “Teen Mom 2” as well as a host of other shows like “The Bachelor,” “The Voice,” “Mad Men,” “CSI: NY,” “Empire,” “NCIS: New Orleans,” and more.
The format was originally announced in November, but was kept under wraps until February.
The pilot, which is being done by the company’s new marketing team, is a pilot for MTV Networks, which has not yet confirmed if the new format will become a permanent fixture on its cable channels.MTV Networks announced earlier this month that it is rolling out a new web format called MLA, which will let users watch videos of current season shows and previous seasons of “The Real World,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal,” and “Million Dollar Listing.”
According to a press release, MLA is a “multi-platform content platform that allows subscribers to watch original and licensed content on their favorite platforms.”MTV is partnering with two of the top cable networks, MTV Networks and FX Networks, to begin a pilot of the MLA-based format, according to a statement from the companies.
The format is expected to debut at the beginning of 2018.
Mtv has previously said it will begin rolling out an MLA version of the site soon, but that its current format is not ready for a pilot.
It also has a new site, the MTV Online, which it says it is working on with the cable networks.MVN and FX have not yet officially announced when they plan to roll out an official version of MLA.
MoviesMovies and TV show producers have traditionally been the ones who have to take the most risks when creating a new format for their shows.
It’s a risk that comes with being a TV show creator, and producers are expected to take a big hit for doing so, especially if the format is going to be an extension of a previous format.
That said, it has become more common in recent years to have a series that has been in production for a long time that has evolved into something new.
In the past, there was the MTV Original series, which was produced by Viacom for nearly two decades.
Nowadays, shows that have been in development for decades can be a lot more risk-free to do something new with.