If you've been keeping in tune with the recent developments over at MTV, you'll know that MTV is gearing its on-air content toward a more interactive approach. We've seen some of that with Road Rules this year, with some decidedly mixed results.
If you tuned into MTV last night, you saw Damien Fahey, MTV VJ, asking you to comment on your favorite MTV shows after they aired a new episode. You can actually send in videos to MTV.com and they'll air them in an upcoming episode of what they're calling View and Spew.
Both The Real World: Denver, which is close to wrapping up the season, and the Inferno 3 will be a part of the remix which begins Sunday, April 29 at 2pm. This is an effort to boost sagging ratings for the network, which is facing criticism in the light of the fact that even it's two flagship shows The Real World and Road Rules have consistently turned in low ratings this year.
They will not be doing View and Spew for Road Rules, presumably because the network wants to end the show as soon as possible. The show was set to air 18 episodes, but was cut short in order to coincide with the finale of Denver.