Yes, there was a time when this Simpson girl had her own reality television show, and it followed her budding music career! Looking back at it, it does sounds pretty random and unnecessary.
From the undeniable teen angst that was Daria to looking forward to watching your favorite artists premiere their latest music videos on TRL, MTV was the thing to watch for the late teenagers and college students of the '90s and '00s.
Each show had a balance of both stars and everyday people and, not going to lie, the fashion and hair trends of those days made everything so much more entertaining.
There was this handsome young man asking four newlywed couples questions about their marriages. "The audience on TV laughed and laughed, and the handsome young host did everything to help make the audience laugh.
Sometimes, you saw just the beautiful young ladies; and other times, the good-looking men were on, but they always got back together to talk about their marriages. The people couldn't believe what they were seeing on the TV. forgetting all about , the tell-all game show where four couples – all married less than two years – answered questions about their relationship to win a prize.
Though they’ve been through a lot and don’t always agree when it comes to their modern parenting styles, Ja and Aisha always manage to keep their family together with love and laughter.
Ultimately one things for sure, when you’re in their house, you better Follow The Rules."Follow The Rules is a comedic half-hour docu-series centered around Grammy nominated rapper turned actor, Ja Rule, and the hectic household that he and his wife Aisha are trying to keep under control. and Jordan, as well as Ja’s mother and mother-in-law living under one roof, the house that Rule built is anything but quiet.
This show not only launched the careers of modern day reality stars — such as Kristin Cavallari and Lauren Conrad — but it also was a key part of the birth of reality television.
It later launched the spin-off show The Hills, and its success resulted in more MTV reality TV series, such as Jersey Shore in 2009.
If you're like me, you would agree that this was the single most important MTV show to ever air.
Before the days of You Tube and i Tunes, top artists would go on TRL to release their new music videos. 1 by fans for weeks at a time, that was pretty much a huge deal. I've said it before and I'll say it again, the '90s and '00s were really a high point for television.
Long before the days of Tinder, this show was the '90s dating scene at its finest.