EMBRACE YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT AND PREPARE TO HAVE FUN AT WORK AS MTV2 DEBUTS COMEDIC SERIES "JOBS THAT DON'T SUCK" ON APRIL 16
MTV2's Hit Series "Guy Code" Returns for an All-New Season on April 16 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT Leading into "Jobs That Don't Suck" at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT
New York, NY (March 25, 2014) - MTV2 today announced that all-new, half-hour comedic series "Jobs That Don't Suck" and season four of hit series "Guy Code" will premiere on April 16, starting with "Guy Code" at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT. "Jobs That Don't Suck" will introduce viewers to young Americans who are finding success by doing what they love. Hosted by network standout and stand-up comedian Andrew Schulz, "Jobs That Don't Suck" profiles millennial millionaires, entrepreneurs, inventors, app developers, YouTube sensations, CEO's and one or two weirdos - who all have killer jobs - and they'll reveal their secrets to success. Each week, Schulz will be joined by restaurant mogul Eddie Huang, a New York Times best seller and host of Vice's "Fresh Off The Boat," in addition to Nessa, star of MTV's "Girl Code," as the three break down how to find your dream job in front of a live, studio audience. "Jobs That Don't Suck" premieres the first of eight episodes on Wednesday, April 16 at 11:30 PM ET/PT immediately following the fourth season return of "Guy Code."
"There's no rule that says you can't do what you love for a living. 'Jobs That Don't Suck' will remind people of that," said Andrew Schulz. "It's dope. You'll see people chasing their dreams and making money in the process. You'll see people that invent their own jobs, blazing a new path. And you'll see me get a tube shoved up my ass."
"Jobs That Don't Suck" gives viewers a deeper look at some really cool careers, entrepreneurs and inventors, as each week's episode highlights jobs such as: Nightlife Photographer, Human Cannonball, "Rap Genius," Zombie Crawler, Snake Milker, Beer Keg Engineer, Crime Scene Cleaner, Junk Food Blogger and Tupac Impersonator. Plus, find out what a "Penetration Tester" really does and get first hand advice on what it takes to land one of these kick-ass jobs for yourself!
Also returning with all new episodes on April 16 is MTV2's smash hit, "Guy Code." Featuring the first new episodes in over a year, "Guy Code" is the ultimate guy's guide to the laws of manhood, creating the ultimate playbook for all guys to follow. In the fourth season of "Guy Code," the show will return its favorite cast members Andrew Schulz, April Rose, Charlamagne Tha God, Jullian McCoulough, Pete Davidson, Jermaine Fowler and Kevin Barnett, Chris Distefano, Damien Lemon, Donnell Rawlings, Jon Gabrus, Jordan Carlos, Lil Duval, Lisa Ramos, and Melanie Iglesias from the previous three seasons, as they revisit key topics with updated tips, insights and intelligence.
"Guy Code" is Executive Produced by Ryan Ling and directed by Andrew Stuckey. "Jobs That Don't Suck" is Executive Produced by Chris Williams and directed by Steve Paley. Paul Ricci and Darin Byrne are Executive Producers on both series for MTV2.
Fueled by its record-breaking original programming, MTV2 recorded its most-watched and highest-rated calendar year ever in 2013, in addition to its most-watched fiscal year ever (October 2012 through September 2013) among the network's core demographic of P12-34. In the last two years, the network has scored ratings success with its slate of originals including; "Ain't That America with Lil Duval," "Guy Code," "Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family," "Hip Hop Squares" and "Nitro Circus Live."
MTV2 targets young men with smart, funny and relevant content, including comedic, music and action-oriented original programming. For more information on the network, visit MTV2.com or MTVPress.com.
Available in more than 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.