"Stevie TV" Season 2 on VH1 is the ultimate popculture, sketch comedy mash-up series.

Ever wonder what would happen if the "Millionaire Matchmaker" had to pair up orphans with foster parents or J. Lo really went back to "the block" to see her old friends or the "Jersey Shore's" Deena gave girls advice about when to "smoosh"? Viewers are about to find out in "Stevie TV."

Through comedic sketches, "Stevie TV" will take a humorous and satirical look at pop culture events and moments from hit reality shows as well as the social blunders of celebrities and politicians. The new series is created, executive produced, co-written and hosted by funny lady Stevie Ryan who was discovered through web videos featuring her dead-on impersonations of some of today's hottest personalities. Her impressions include Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Kendra Wilkinson, Lady GaGa and even VH1's own stars like the "Mob Wives" and Audrina Patridge. Whether they are grabbing headlines, trending on Twitter or just capturing America's attention, no one is off limits for Stevie's chameleon-like talent.

Stevie Ryan takes on the hottest subjects in her unique, irreverent and hilarious style. Parodies this season include "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kim Zolciak's "Behind the Music" and Mackenzie from "Toddlers & Tiaras" expressing her true feelings about her parents. Maury Povich's paternity tests get turned upside down and "I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant" gets the "Stevie TV" treatment as well. Even Facebook's "Like" button isn't out of reach with a sketch entitled "True Life: I'm A Liker."

Season 2

Along with the usual television parodies, season two will also include music videos, movie trailers, commercials, and anything else you would find while scanning your DVR. Some of the celebrities expected to see impersonated on the show this season are Kim Richards, Kristen Stewart, Brad Goreski, Zooey Dechanel, and Justin Bieber, among many others. Some of Stevie's original characters like Katrina and Little Loca will also be making appearances. This season, anything and everything is fair game and the sketches will be broader take on pop culture phenomena and trends.

"Stevie TV" Season 2 is executive produced by Brian Volk-Weiss, Michael Pelmont, Dan Levy, Stevie Ryan, and Darren Belitsky for New Wave Entertainment. Executive producers for VH1 are Paul Croce, Jill Holmes, Stacy Alexander and Jeff Olde. The series was created by Stevie Ryan, Dan Levy and James Kirkland.

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Stevie TV Episode Five: When Flea Market Fiends and Hip-Hop Heads Collide
Stevie TV Episode Four: Zombies, Canadians, and Housewives ... Oh My!
Stevie TV Sneak Peek: Drake and Justin Bieber Share a Bathtub
Stevie TV Sneak Peek: Kim Richards Brings the Culinary Creations of Bakersfield to a TV Near You
Stevie TV: Call Your YOLOwyers, Because YOLO Never Says Die
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Stevie TV Sneak Peek: Justin Bieber Goes Back to the Future
What Was Your Favorite Moment from the Stevie TV Season Two Premiere?


Network: VH1
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: March 4, 2012
Seasons: 2
Production Company: New Wave Entertainment

'Stevie TV' Season 2: Everything Is Fair Game — Premiering Friday, May 31, the sophomore season of the sketch comedy will feature Stevie Ryan impersonating Kim Richards, Kristen Stewart, Brad Goreski, Zooey Dechanel, and Justin Bieber, among many others. Read more...
VH1 Renews 'Stevie TV' for Season 2 — Wrapping its first season on Sunday, April 22, the fast-paced, irreverent sketch comedy series will be back in the fall for more hilarity and mischief. Read more...
Pop Culture Chameleon Stevie Ryan to Host 'Stevie TV' — VH1's new ultimate popculture, sketch comedy mash-up series launches Sunday, March 4. Read more...

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