New homegrown picks MUSIC IS MY LIFE and MUCH ADRENALINE hit the MuchMusic airwaves. In addition, the second season of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE joins critically acclaimed returning franchises, including MUCHONDEMAND, LIVE@MUCH, VIDEO ON TRIAL, and BORN TO BE.
MUSIC IS MY LIFE
New MuchOriginal Series Premiere – Sunday, August 27th @ 8pm ET (30min.)
What song got you through the worst break-up? What album inspired you while training for the Olympics? Which band was with you when you had to deal with the death of your best friend? Each week, two young Canadians reveal the music that touched their lives and changed them forever by artists such as Green Day, Eminem, Hilary Duff, Simple Plan, and more.
New MuchOriginal Series Premiere – Monday, August 28th @ 7pm ET (60min.)
Brave the dirt, snow, water and pavement for an action-packed hour of extreme sports and the music that plays an integral role in the scene. This program tours the hottest events, spotlights the biggest athletes and their video requests, and profiles thrill-seeking musicians, including interviews with Billy Talent, The All-American Rejects, Simple Plan, Kardinal Offishall, and more. From skateboarding to wakeboarding, BMX to surfing, snowboarding to parkour, MUCH ADRENALINE brings you along for the ride.
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE
Season 2 starts on MuchMusic on Sunday, August 27th @ 6pm ET (60min.)
Last summer’s smash hit returns for an all-new season hosted by the UK’s hottest television personality, Cat Deeley. The best undiscovered dancing talent the U.S. has to offer will endure a grueling competition to become America’s No. 1 dancer. What happens when dancers whose specialized training runs from ballroom and ballet to salsa, jive, hip-hop and krumping are put to the test? Some contestants may collapse under the pressure, and some will reveal their two left feet. But only one will dance his or her way into America’s heart. The series, produced by AMERICAN IDOL creator/producer19 Entertainment Ltd. and dick clark productions, features five top American choreographers: Brian Friedman, Mia Michaels, Shane Sparks, Mary Murphy and Ron Montez.