In this episode of True Life, three young biohackers experiment on themselves by implanting technology into their bodies -- sometimes because it looks cool, and sometimes for the advancement of humankind. Ben wants to attach a bluetooth device to his skull, while Justin's getting an experimental implant under his skin and Bird's developing a machine that lets people see with their hands.
Some people travel great distances to find real love. On this episode of True Life, you'll meet two women who found it very close to home…with their cousins. Will they lose the support of everyone around them because of it?
Francesca's been eating bars of soap since she was eight, and Cory eats up to seven glue sticks a day. Find out if they can call it quits on their comfort food and what happens when their loved ones discover their secrets.
Two young people are finding religion but worry they may be losing themselves in the process. Will they submit to the pressures of spiritual life or break free from the teachings and leave their beliefs behind for good?
Breaking up is never easy, but on this episode of True Life you'll meet two young people who won't take no for an answer. From cyber stalking to cat fishing, they'll do anything to get back with their exes.
The series includes a diverse mix of fun reports on pop cultural trends, hard hitting pieces on breaking news issues, and continued coverage on matters relating to health, sex, spirituality, sex, money, drugs, and sex as well.
In this episode of True Life, we follow two people using smart drugs to hack their brains. Topher has a high IQ, but for all his intelligence he hasn't accomplished much with his life. Cassox has been using smart drugs for years, and is now researching his own smart drug. If his experiment is a success, he could create a drug that boosts human memory. If he fails, he could end up in a coma, or worse.
Tony Marrero, Patience Carter, Tiara Parker and Joshua McGill recall the harrowing attack at the Pulse Nightclub on June 12, as they struggle to get their lives back on track in True Life: We are Orlando.
MTV teams up with multi-platinum artist and recovering addict Macklemore to go inside America's opioid epidemic, meeting those living with addiction and heading to Washington DC for an exclusive talk with President Obama.
You will meet two young men who are planning to go to Syria to battle against Isis, not with as part of the US military but alongside the Kurdish people as part of the YPG, the Kurdish independent militia.
We follow three people who live their lives as 'adult babies'. They wear diapers, suck on pacifiers and drink from sippy cups. Their adult baby fetish has each on the search for the perfect 'mommy' or 'daddy'.
Ever since Aiden started taking Zoloft, he hasn't been able to reach orgasm with his husband, Recent college-grad David has had a lifelong testosterone deficiency that keeps him from feeling sexual attraction or reaching orgasm.
You'll meet two of the hottest go-go boys who bare it all for money dancing at gay bars and clubs around the world. But can they find careers outside of nightlife and prove that they're more than just "man candy"?
For devout Christians Samantha and Magdiel, praising the Lord and pounding their opponents as MMA fighters are one and the same. Can their personal lives withstand the strain of their intense training?
Twenty-three-year-old Took wants to put her ideals to the test, by starting her very own urban commune in NYC. Twenty-six-year-old Emet wants to improve his focus and find meaning in his life by joining an established commune.