Music video and entertainment platform Vevo announced on Tuesday that it will be launching more than 100 episodes of new programming this fall.
The content will run across music, fashion, lifestyle and other verticals.
The slate recently kicked off with the recent premieres of A.K.A., where artists share how they got their stage names; Day Off With (sponsored by Fuze), which follows celebs when they’re off the clock; and interview and live performance show Vevo DSCVR, taped in the Electric Room, which New York magazine describes as a “rock star’s forbidden bunker,” housed in The Dream Downtown hotel.
On Tuesday, Vevo premiered the new show Super Fan Showdown (pictured). Later this fall it will debut High Fives, a weekly show where comedians count down their favorite moments from 5 music videos exploring a common theme.
It will also be offering up new installments of Lyric Lines, Guess The Video, Lift, Go Shows, Tour Exposed, Hot This Week and Certified. The Certified tie-in live concert event, called Vevo Certified SuperFanFest featuring Iggy Azalea and Demi Lovato, will debut a video of extras and behind-the-scenes clips from the concert on Oct. 16 across Vevo’s online, TV and mobile apps.