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This award show prevents accolades for achievement in popular music, focusing on those artists and songs who are strongly linked to video presentations of their music. The broadcast is usually more notable for the outlandish performances and gossip-worthy onstage drama than for the quality of the art.

MTV Video Music Awards is a Awards Show series that is currently running and has 37 seasons (40 episodes). The series first aired on September 14, 1984. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.4.

MTV Video Music Awards is available for streaming on the MTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch MTV Video Music Awards on demand at Philo, MTV online.

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37 Seasons, 40 Episodes
September 14, 1984
Awards Show
5.4/10
Cast: *NSYNC, 2 Chainz, Drop and Abel, Christina Aguilera
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MTV Video Music Awards Full Episode Guide

  • The 2020 MTV Video Music Awards returns to honor the biggest names in music with performances by Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, The Weeknd, BTS, Doja Cat, Maluma and more; hosted by Keke Palmer.

  • The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards are Live from Newark, NJ and hosted by Sebastian Manscalco. With performances by Taylor Swift, and many more.

MTV Video Music Awards News

Cardi B Undresses to Promote New Album

The rapper decided naked was the way to go with the album cover art.

Cardi B is Just Using Offset for Sex

The couple hasn't reunited, she says.

Cardi B Shares Too Much About Sex with Offset

The rapper details what she misses about her ex.

Cardi B and Offset Split Up

The rappers are no longer a couple, apparently.

Nicki Minaj Cancels Tour After Poor Ticket Sales

A surprise appearance at this week's VMAs apparently didn't do much to spark interest in her new music.

Madonna Slammed for Tone Deaf Aretha Tribute

The former pop star delivered a rambling, self-centered speech at the VMAs.

The VMAs Were, As Always, Daring and Dazzling

A night full of provocative stars gave us something to talk about.

Britney Spears to Headline MTV Video Music Awards

The MTV Video Music Awards air this week, and there's no ongoing, raging celeb war to bring drama to the stage. Viewers will have to settle for a performance by a long-standing VMA favorite instead.

Something to Talk About: What Happened at the MTV VMAs

The MTV Video Music Awards show has become the go-to venue for flashy celebrity controversy. This year, Miley Cyrus took off most of her clothes again, but even more provocative things happened on stage.

Miley Cyrus Provokes Nicki Minaj Ahead of VMAs

Did Miley Cyrus just pick a fight with Nicki Minaj just a few days before the pair are both set to take the stage at the MTV Video Music Awards?

5 Seconds of Summer's Clifford Addresses Mental Health Issues

One thing is certain about fans of 5 Seconds of Summer: they love their punk-pop boys. When singer Michael Clifford announced that he's been in therapy recently, the show of support was massive.

Katy Perry Just Dropped a Tweet-Bomb in the Taylor Swift/Nicki Minaj Feud

Katy Perry is having none of Taylor Swift's crap.

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360 Video: Drake Presents Vanguard Award to Rihanna | 2016 Video Music Awards | MTV Clip (01:57)