How MTV’s ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ series is evolving from a cartoon to a reality TV series
MTV has been the most influential video platform in pop culture since it was founded in 1996.
It has amassed a global following, spawning an endless stream of hits, including “Teenage Ninja Turtles” (1995) and “Gotham,” (1999).
The network has made its name with shows like “The X-Files” (1993) and the “Parks and Recreation” (2009) franchises.
It also has its share of shows that have been adapted into TV series, films, commercials, animated shorts, and music videos.
But its biggest hit has been MTV’s “Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtle” series.
The cartoon, produced by Nickelodeon in 1996, has been a hit since its debut.
It was the first animated series to win a coveted Emmy for Best Animated Series in 1997.
It’s been a staple of MTV programming ever since, with new episodes airing on MTV, Nickelodeons, Viacom’s YouTube channel, and on many other platforms.
The series is also one of the most popular shows on YouTube, with more than 4.7 million subscribers and counting.
MTV’s success has brought in the likes of Disney, Sony Pictures Television, Warner Bros. Television, and Netflix, and it’s given rise to a slew of other businesses.
Today, MTV has a diverse portfolio of brands including MTV Studios, MTV Networks, MTV, VH1, and BET.
The network’s new series, “Teenager Ninja Turtles,” is a new venture that is taking on a more digital-focused focus.
The show will debut on MTV this year and will be part of the MTV Networks network of channels, which is scheduled to launch in 2019.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, MTV CEO Mike Hopkins said the new series will give the network more freedom to develop its content.
“We are exploring what our mission is and what our focus is and where we go with our business going forward,” Hopkins said.
“So far, we have focused on our brand, on our content and our brand identity, and that’s where we’ve seen some of the growth.”
The new series is the result of two years of research and development by MTV, and the network is expected to invest heavily in the series.
For the new “Teeny” series, the network will spend more than $150 million, according to a report in the New York Times.
The money will be spent on a number of things, including a global advertising campaign that will air on MTV’s channels, VICELAND, BET, and VH-1, as well as on the Teenage Mutant TMNT animated shorts.
MTV will also invest in more than 1,000 more staff members and will hire at least 3,500 more people.
“In terms of the new TV series that we’re bringing to the network, it will have the same DNA as the series that aired on MTV in the early 90s, and in fact, we’re building a whole new studio there,” Hopkins told the Times.
“It will have that core DNA and core values that we’ve worked hard to create.”
In a statement, MTV Studios’ president and CEO, Dave Hollis, said the network hopes to create an “unparalleled brand and a world-class platform” for the series, which will be a major departure from the series’ original format.
“I’m excited to work with MTV and the new TMNT team to build a brand that will delight and engage its audience,” Hollis said.
The new TV show will premiere on MTV on June 16 and the full series will debut in 2019 on MTV Networks.