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Daddy’s Girls on MTV Monday Nights

January 8, 2009


Over the course of five seasons, fans have watched Vanessa and Angela Simmons grow up before their eyes on “Run’s House.” Now MTV is giving viewers a look at the next step of their lives with “Daddy’s Girls,” airing Mondays at 10:30PM ET/PT.  The new series focuses on the Simmons Sisters as they take a major step toward independence by moving to Los Angeles, where they’ll find new friends and work on their already successful apparel line, Pastry.

With a long list of ventures ahead of them, the first project for Vanessa and Angela is to establish a new office for their popular tennis shoe and apparel business. In addition to work, Vanessa will tackle the many opportunities the film capital has to offer, while Angela takes viewers on her quest for true love.  As both girls adapt to the totally new way of life that Hollywood brings, they’ll need to remember the important life lessons that their dad, Rev Run has instilled in them. “Daddy’s Girls” also introduces two new faces — Jessica, their east coast cousin and Alycia, their zany new neighbor.  Jessica has relocated to LA to make sure the sisters stay focused on their business responsibilities and remain grounded while partaking in LA’s infamous nightlife.  New friend Alycia is hard at work trying to become a major singer while attempting to live the fabulous life of socialite — on a budget.

Fans can get the party started online on the show’s official website at for photos, a behind-the-scenes look at the photo shoot, and exclusive interviews with the girls.  The budding fashionistas will also have a page on dedicated to their stellar style.  Fans of the show can check out the ladies’ head-to-toe looks and find details about what their wearing in the episodes. Viewers can visit to listen to music from the show, create playlists, visit profiles of featured artists, and hear directly from the show’s music supervisor why the tracks were chosen. SoundTrack celebrates MTV’s roots by linking users’ favorite moments in the show to the music, artists and creative influences.

If viewers want even more access to the ladies of “Daddy’s Girls,” they can create a profile and join the network by heading over to the interactive online community that give fans an opportunity to connect with their favorite cast members. Users can have conversations with the cast, upload fan videos, enjoy exclusive video and text blogs and leave comments for their favorite MTV personalities.  The site continues MTV’s commitment to connect viewers more intimately with each other and the MTV stars they know and love. has collectively garnered more than 4.5 million total unique visitors and over 60 million page views since its launch in October 2007.

Jason A. Carbone is executive producer. Sean “Diddy” Combs is executive producer. Rev Run is executive producer. Nick Lee is co-executive Producer.  Rob Cornick is supervising producer.  Daddy’s Girls is created by Jason Carbone & Rev Run. Tony DiSanto, Aaron Meyerson and Jacquelyn French are MTV executives in charge of production.

About MTV
MTV is the dynamic, vibrant experiment at the intersection of music, creativity and youth culture.  For over 26 years, MTV has evolved, challenged the norm, and detonated boundaries — giving each new generation a creative outlet and voice that entertains, informs and unites on every platform and screen.  On-air, MTV has been the number one rated 24 hour ad-supported cable network P12-24 for 16 straight years.  Online, scored double-digit growth in 2007 and MTV launched ten dynamic online communities and six new virtual worlds.  On the go, MTV Mobile is the #1 music brand in the wireless space – delivering 90% more streams than in 2006.  And MTV’s successful sibling networks MTV2, mtvU and MTV Tr3s each deliver unprecedented customized content, super-serving music fans, college students and young American Latinos like no one else.   MTV is part of MTV Networks, a unit of Viacom (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B), one of the world’s leading creators of programming and content across all media platforms.  Wanna know more?  Come on in…


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  1. January 9, 2009 9:43 am

    Thanks For The Information

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