MTV has announced the schedule of its 2016 MTV Movie Award Live, a new, three-day festival of live programming.
The festival will take place over the course of the week of April 10-12, with performances, panel discussions, live events and a slew of other entertainment-focused activities.
It will also air a special mini-episode called “The Next Big Thing” at the end of each day, highlighting the most innovative and creative films and television programs, as well as the new TV series and music that will be appearing at the festival.
The schedule of the festival, as seen below, is:April 10-10: MTV Movie Talk with B.J. NovakApril 11-11: MTV Screenplay and Drama Previews with Scott NeustadterApril 12-12: MTV Film Awards Live with ScottneustadtApril 13-14: MTV Music Awards Live at 9 p.m.
April 15-16: MTV TV Awards LiveApril 17-18: MTV Pop Music Awards live at 11 p.l April 18-19: MTV Movies and TV LiveApril 20-21: MTV Comedy Awards liveApril 22-23: MTV VMA LiveLiveApril 23-24: MTV Video Music AwardsLiveApril 25-26: MTV Live at 8 p.e.
April 26-27: MTV MTV Music Award Live at 11 a.m., 8 p, 10 p, 11 p, 12:30 p, 1:30 a.d.
April 27-28: MTV Hollywood Awards Live from 10 p.p.m.-3 a.y.
April 28-29: MTV Playlist Live at 12:15 p.a.
April 29-30: MTV Talk Live with James CordenApril 30-31: MTV Entertainment LiveApril 31-32: MTV Cinema Awards LiveLiveMay 1-2: MTV Radio LiveMay 2-3: MTV Alternative AwardsLiveMay 3-4: MTV Television AwardsLiveLiveMay 4-5: MTV Classic Movie AwardsLiveThe MTV Movie Music Awards are on March 16-18 in Los Angeles, with the awards airing live on MTV.
The festival will be live on all platforms including the MTV.tv app, which is available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, Android, iOS and Google Chromecast devices.