MTV News’ new podcast, “Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday” features guest interviews with some of the hottest celebrities from around the world, as well as the most important dates of the year.
The show’s theme is “Happy” and it’s brought to you by a brand-new podcast called “Happy,” from the award-winning creators of “The Voice.”
“Happy is an important topic for us, and I think it’s one that we’ve all been thinking about for years, and we’re really excited to be able to bring it to our listeners,” says host Chris Messina.
“There are so many great things about it, from the fact that you can use your smartphone, and you can read the information on it, you can check it out, and then you can watch it on your TV or your phone, so it’s really a really good opportunity to do that and connect with listeners.”
“We’re excited to bring this podcast to our audience, to get them excited about it and to introduce them to other podcasts and new podcasts,” says Messina, who has worked at MTV since 2010.
“And hopefully, we’ll be able, for the next few years, to bring more shows like this to our audiences.”
“It’s very exciting to see how many people love the show,” adds co-hosts Adam Carolla and Rob Corddry.
“You don’t get to see all of the shows on this list, but it’s very interesting and it keeps us coming back and thinking about the show every single day.”
“The new Happy birthday episode is going to make you think about your birthday and make you want to do something,” says Corddry, who is also a longtime music industry insider.
“If you want something to do with your birthday, then Happy Birthday, happy birthday.”
“This is a great opportunity to share our show with people and get them talking about their birthday, because it’s not something that’s on everybody’s radar right now,” Messina says.
“But it’s a great way to connect with our audience and to get new listeners in on the party.”
“People are so busy with all the news and so much of their lives, and they’re not always focused on what’s happening on the outside of their life,” he says.
And that’s a very good thing.
“I think it gives us a chance to share this podcast with new listeners,” Messino says.
The new episode, which airs on Thursday, April 5, is free to all listeners, and the episode is available to stream in the iTunes Store and Google Play Music.
For a complete list of shows, check out the full episode list.
Happy Birthday to all of you!
“We’ve got a lot of great shows coming up,” says Carolla, who joined MTV in 2015.
“We have ‘The Voice,’ ‘Real World,’ ‘The Biggest Loser,’ ‘America’s Got Talent,’ ‘GMA,’ ‘Kicking & Screaming,’ ‘Hannah Montana,’ ‘Livin’ on a Prayer,’ ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ ‘Nashville,’ ‘Bachelor in Paradise,’ ‘Celebrity Apprentice,’ ‘Teen Mom,’ ‘New Girl’ and more.”
The show also features “Million Dollar Listing,” which airs Mondays at 8 p.m.
ET/PT on MTV, and “Teen Mom OG,” which premieres Monday at 9 p.t.
“MTV’s ‘Milliondollar Listing’ is a weekly series featuring the most underappreciated celebrity-related properties,” says the show’s creators.
“Each week, the hosts will look at a specific celebrity, and in the first episode of each season, we’re going to reveal the most overrated properties and their fans.
This is the new MTV show that will help us break down the most underrated properties in our own exclusive, in-depth, and insightful series.”
Maintaining that exclusive, exclusive approach is one of the show “MVPs,” Carolla says.
But that’s not the only reason that “MVF” is bringing its podcast back for its first season.
“When we started the show, we realized it was really important for us to be transparent about the content we’re producing,” he explains.
“That’s one of our mantras: ‘We can’t tell you what to do, we can’t give you the recipe, but we can give you our opinion.’
But I think that’s really important to have a lot more diversity and variety in the shows.” “MVMF”
A lot of times, people think, ‘I want to be on ‘MVFM’ because they can listen to all the other shows, but you can’t listen to MTV’s podcast.
But I think that’s really important to have a lot more diversity and variety in the shows.” “MVMF