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MTV Networks

Release Complete MTV's Celebrity Deathmatch onto DVD box sets

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In the late 1990s, MTV was the kinds of twisted cartoons for adults in the television medium with Beavis & Butt-head, Cartoon Sushi, Liquid Television and yes Celebrity Deathmatch which got big ratings in it's hay-day. The show sadly came to an end in the early 2000s with a motion picture unproduced during it's development. MTV2 breifly revived the show without the original creator Eric Fogel. A Canadian Animation company produced the new shows which lacked from the original including but not limited to animation quality, re-design of character and set styles, the metal theme song changed to a more techno ringtone style and the original voices and writers where not involved as well as the error of bringing back celebrities that died or were already used in the original series. Today the MTV2 episodes can now be downloaded on iTunes while the original episodes are either edited horrably and not in it's original form and proper release. The fanbase grows more and more as re-runs where shown on one of the MTV stations as well as clips online offical and unoffical as well as some who got the episodes illegally. WE WANT OUR CELEBRITY DEATHMATCH and the Clay Gore that made us laugh and think about Celebrities!

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    Reasons for signing

    • James Meyer CARLSBAD, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      This show was entertaining and actually done really well to not only parody celebrities but parody everything that was wrestling and boxing. It was a great show and needs to be available in it's entirety.

    • Jonathan Colon HARTFORD, CT
      • almost 2 years ago

      Cable is starting to get boring & this show can bring it back

      • about 2 years ago

      One of the best animated shows for adults and the show that changed claymation FOREVER needs to see the light of day of DVD.


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