MTV'S MADE TAKES OVER YOUR WEEKENDS WITH FOUR NEW EPISODES AIRING ON SATURDAY, APRIL 11TH AND SATURDAY, APRIL 18TH FROM 12PM � 2PM ET/PT
Making dreams and goals a reality, MTV's award winning series, MADE (http://made.mtv.com), returns with all new episodes sure to make a huge impact on the lives of four hopeful girls. Tune in on Saturday, April 11th and Saturday, April 18th from 12 pm - 2pm ET/PT to watch them go for their life altering transformations in MADE: Rock Star, MADE: Punk Rocker, MADE: Solo Cheerleader, and MADE: Rapper.
Below are detailed descriptions of the episodes scheduled to air:
April 11th, 12pm - MADE: Organized and Studious to free Spirited Rocker
Jessica has always been a stickler for organization and order. Now, she's finally ready to have fun, let loose and be MADE into a rock star. Jessica will work alongside TV/TV lead singer Josh Ocean to work on endless rockin' chords and lyrics. Will five weeks with Josh be enough for Jessica to turn into a rock star and win her school's talent show?
April 11th, 1pm - MADE: Family girl to Rebellious Punk Rocker
Gracie is a straight-A student at East Park High. Unfortunately, her studious ways have branded her as anti-social and introvert. To prove to her school that she does have personality and spunk, she decides to go punk - she gets help from Random Hero guitarist Josh Bertrand to form a punk band, write her own punk anthem and be MADE into a punk rocker.
April 18th, 12pm - MADE: Self Conscious Tomboy to Competitive Cheerleader:
Alicia is a super shy tomboy with a huge lack of confidence. Now, she's ready to step out of the shadows and into the limelight by being MADE into a cheerleader. Alicia will work side by side with Miami Dolphins Cheer Chorographer, Trisia Brown, to stretch, kick and tumble her way into a solo cheer competition.
April 18th, 1pm - MADE: Just Another Girl to Outspoken Rapper
Heather Parsell always plays by the rules, whether it's on the soccer field, in the classroom, or in her school's marching band. Now this busy bee wants to step out of line and make an individual statement by being MADE into a rapper. But will four weeks be enough for coach Quest MCODY to help Heather stick her swagger and remember her rhymes? Or will this goodie goodie go bad at her school's music festival?
Check out what happens to the young people featured on episodes of "MADE" in LIFE AFTER MADE, viewers can also view full episodes on made.mtv.com. And just as the show inspires the on-air participants to achieve their goals, fans can launch their own personal development journeys at WannaBeMade.com (http://wannabemade.com), MTV's online community that connects viewers who "wanna be made" with coaches that offer tips and techniques to inspire success. Every journey is chronicled on the viewers' profile page including blog entries and personal progress ratings.
"MADE" (http://made.mtv.com) was created and is executive produced by Bob Kusbit and Francis Lyons for One Louder Productions. Dave Sirulnick, Tony DiBari are executive producers for MTV.