"MTV2's GUY CODE" TO PREMIERE TWO NEW BACK-TO-BACK EPISODES INCLUDING HOLIDAY EPISODE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20th at 11pm ET/PT
NEW YORK, N.Y. (December 15, 2011) - Every guy faces the tough questions during the holiday season: "How much do I drink at the company holiday party?" "Do I bring my girl home to meet the parents?" "What kind of gifts can guys get each other?" "How can I snag that New Years Eve kiss?" - What's a guy to do?
Look no further, "MTV2's Guy Code" has you covered with a special night of all new back-to-back shows set to premiere on Tuesday, December 20th at 11pm ET/PT, kicking off with "MTV2's Guy Code: The Holiday Episode." Complete with our favorite ugly sweaters and sexy Santa's helpers, the first episode of the night will reveal all the dos and don'ts for dudes everywhere hoping to survive this holiday season. Immediately following, fans will be treated to a second new episode that will cover: Dating your Best Friends EX, How to be a Wingman, what to cook for your girl, and everything you need to know about cheating.
Every week, "MTV2's Guy Code" gives viewers the ins and outs of the special code that exists between bros, told through talking-head style commentators, absurd humor, and funny and inappropriate animation. The show features today's pop culture entertainers, top comics, rappers and specialized experts, to unearth the rules for any and every situation in life, from man-scaping to man-crushes, strip clubs to sexting, bottle-service to karaoke etiquette, and many more. In addition, celebs share what makes a "Good Ass Night."
Having argued about Guy Code with his roommates on MTV's Jersey Shore, Vinny Guadagnino makes special guest appearances on the show throughout the season. Other talent on the show includes: Alesha Reneé ("E! News Now," "BET Now"), Andrew Schulz (comedian, MTV's "New Year's Eve Bash," Music Choice's "Certified"), April Rose (model, Maxim "Hometown Hottie"), Charlamagne Tha God (radio personality, entertainer, producer), Chrissy Teigen (model, Sports Illustrated Swim Issue), Dan St. Germain (comedian, "World of Jenks," "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon"), Dean Edwards (comedian, "Saturday Night Live"), Donnell Rawlings (comedian, Chappelle Show), Johanna Botta (actress, MTV's "The Real World," "One Life to Live"), Jon Gabrus (comedian, MTV's "The Substitute," "Gabrus on Rugby"), Jordan Carlos (comedian, "The Colbert Report"), Julian McCullough (comedian, VH1 "40 Funniest Fails," "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon"), Lil Duval (comedian, "Hood State of the Union"), Melanie Iglesias (model, Maxim "Hometown Hottie") and
Peter Rosenberg (Hot 97 DJ and Host), among others.
Guy Code was developed by Ryan Ling who also serves as Executive Producer. Paul Ricci and Darin Byrne are Executive Producers for MTV2. Andrew Stuckey is Producer. The series is an original production by Viacom Media Networks.
Available in approximately 80 million homes MTV2 is man's best friend. Since its launch in 1996, the network has reflected the subversive interests and behaviors of young men with a compelling and diverse programming line-up inspired by ordinary guys who do extraordinary things. MTV2 is a unit of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB), one of the world's leading creators of programming and content across all media platforms.