True Life

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True Life

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Mondays, 10:00 PM EST on MTV
Tracked 1,693 Times
21 Seasons, 361 Episodes
60 Minutes
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True Life is a documentary series running on MTV from 1998 to the present. Each episode follows a particular topic - e.g. heroin addiction in the first episode, Fatal Dose. Daniel Dickey was just cast in the most recent one.The show is created by following a series of subjects by a camera crew through a certain part of their life. Depending on the season and topic, the production values vary. In 2005/2006 MTV Canada produced a series of Canadian made True Life episodes. They are yet to air. It is not known if the Canadian shows will air on MTV US.


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Follows 5 high school girls from California who'll do anything to meet their idol, Justin Timberlake, on his tour of the western United States.

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by KenoshaMike

May 25, 2016

Awesome show! Every episode follows a formula, so it's kind of predictable but lots of fun to watch! Loved it as a kid, especially all the ways they trick BA into flying.

by Ricardo Clavell Haas

Oct 03, 2016

Loved this show growing up

by Lionne Reijsbergen

Dec 14, 2014

can't explane why but this show is just the best show ever.

ok almost every episode is the same; Somebody is being bullyd, the A-team comes to help, the plan doesn't work, Hannibal comes up whit a new plan (what looks like it is not working), they build something from nothing, there is a lot of shooting, fire and car's flying, nobody gets hurt (only 1 person has a dead seen in all the hole show) and sombady says "i love it when a plan comes together"

but the show is just a lot of fun to watch specially the relationship between B.A. and Murdock and the 1-liners of Face about that.

by Eric Birlew

Feb 12, 2016

Quirky, Funny, Serious and nothing but an Awesome show that makes me laugh every time.

by gabiroba

Feb 05, 2016

Started rewatching this again. I was surprised by how good the fight scenes actually were. Predictable, sure. Messy story lines, of course. But I pity the fool who never watched this and cheered on these guys' antics.