via press release:


Network Reups Popular Series “Made” and “Silent Library”

For a sneak peak of “Moving In” click HERE

For a sneak peak of “Is She Really Going Out With Him?” click HERE

New York, NY October 19, 2010 This fall MTV will air two series featuring young people at crossroads in their romantic relationships with the third season return of “Is She Really Going Out With Him? and premiere of the new series “Moving In airing Mondays through Thursdays beginning November 1 at 4:00pm and 4:30pm ET/PT respectively. “Is She Really Going Out With Him?” will show what happens when girls face the decision of whether or not they should ditch their loser partners and “Moving In” turns dating rules upside down when parents are asked by their kids to decide who they should continue dating.

MTV also announced today that it has renewed afternoon favorites “Silent Library,” the outrageous, non-traditional game show for 30 new episodes and the critically acclaimed, life altering, Emmy Award winning series “Made” returns with 20 fresh episodes. All new episodes of “Made” and Silent Library” are slated to premiere during Q1 2011.

Is She Really Going Out With Him? (4:00pm ET/PT)

“Is She Really Going Out With Him?” is the hilarious relationship show with a comedic twist that attempts to unravel the mystery behind why some young women with seemingly everything in their corner have fallen in love with complete losers. From Boston to Phoenix, this season the series will visit new cities to seek out all new blockheads. Each episode will take a comedic look at one ticking time bomb relationship to examine why each beauty is going out with such a tool and see if the love they share is strong enough to lead to a storybook ending. With their trusted BFF in tow, our ladies will decide if they will ride it out with their clueless cutie or show them the door.

Moving In (4:30pm ET/PT)

Putting a new twist on the saying “father knows best,” this new series will feature a girl or guy caught in a love triangle that they would like to end by choosing one of the people that they have been dating. In each episode, a suitor thinks they are going to spend a romantic weekend alone until another suitor arrives. Later, their love interests’ parents return to help decide which suitor is right for their son or daughter. After negotiating the rules of the weekend, the parents put the houseguests through a series of outrageous challenges to help determine who has what it takes to win their son or daughter’s heart. At the end of the weekend, the parents will make the final decision of which match is right for their child, and send the other packing.

Brent Montgomery, Colby Gaines and David George of Leftfield Pictures are Executive Producers for “Moving In.” Tim Healy, Tony DiBari, and Steve Tseckares are Executive Producers for MTV.

John Foy and Troy Searer from Tijuana Entertainment and Gail Berman and Lloyd Braun from Berman Braun serve as the Executive Producers of “Is She Really Going Out With Him?” Rob LaPlante is Executive Producer. James DeSimas, Kristina Edwards and Lauren Dolgen are the Executives in Charge for MTV.

“Made” was created and executive produced by Bob Kusbit of One Louder Productions. Francis Lyons is Executive Producer for One Louder Productions. Dave Sirulnick and Tony DiBari are Executive Producers for MTV. Co-Executive Producers for “Made” are Donna Edge-Rachell, Zachary G Behr and Randi Gewirtz.

Brent Haynes, Jason Gwozdz and Tim Healy serve as executives in charge for MTV on “Silent Library.” Adam Dolgins and Frank Gregory serve as Executive Producers for Fractured Hip Productions.

About MTV:

MTV is the worlds premier youth entertainment brand.   With a global reach of more than a half-billion households, MTV is the cultural home of the millennial generation, music fans and artists, and a pioneer in creating innovative programming for young people. MTV reflects and creates pop culture with its Emmy®, Grammy® and Peabody® award-winning content built around compelling storytelling, music discovery and activism across TV, online and mobile.  MTVs sibling networks MTV2 and mtvU each deliver unparalleled customized content for young males, music fans and college students, and its online hub is the leading destination for music, news and pop culture.  MTV is part of MTV Networks, a unit of Viacom (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B), one of the worlds leading creators of programming and content across all media platforms.

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