Made

Friday, October 17 at 3 p.m. ET

Vanessa’s a hard-hitting jockette who wants to show everyone she can be a girlie girl. So she’s being MADE into a graceful and elegant ballerina. Kevin is a popular senior, a jock who wants to find his creative side. So he’s being MADE into a tap dancer. In the end, both kids compete toe-to-toe to see who wins the battle to be the best.

Thursday, January 17
10 – 11 p.m. ET – “Made: Kickboxer” *New Canadian MADE*

Allyshia is a 17-year-old party girl from Orillia who lives on a farm, but avoids anything that feels like actual work. After quitting everything she has ever started, Allyshia will attempt to go through six weeks of intensive training to become a kickboxer. Will she give up her partying ways to focus on her training? How will Allyshia’s friends react to her desire to toughen up? Will she win her final fight?

Made: Kickboxer

In another new episode of “Made” Allyshia is a 17-year-old party girl from Orillia, ON who lives on a farm, but avoids anything that feels like actual work.

After quitting everything she has ever started, Allyshia will attempt to go through six weeks of intensive training to become a kickboxer.

Will she give up her partying ways to focus on her training?

How will Allyshia’s friends react to her desire to toughen up? Will she win her final fight?

Thursday, November 29 from 10:30 – 2 p.m. ET on MTV

Made: Wakeboarder

In this all new episode of “Made” viewers will meet Choker.

He’s a goofy computer dude from the heart of Canada’s cottage country – Bracebridge, ON. He’s buddies with binary numbers and his blogs, but lacks friends in the flesh.

“Made” hooks him up with Muscoda’s finest coach and attempts to take him from wimp to wakeboarding wonder; but is six weeks enough to prove to his small town that Choker has skills on the water and with the women?

Thursday, November 22 from 10:30 – 11 p.m. ET on MTV

High school seniors Abbie, Alisha, and Amanda are best friends from Doylestown, PA who all share the same dream: They want to be “Made” into soap opera stars.

Over the course of six weeks they’ll go head-to-head-to-head in a ‘battle royal’ for one coveted spot on the hit daytime series – “All My Children.”

What’s more, they’ll each be coached by their very own “All My Children” star. Known around school for being ditzy and boy-crazy, these girly girls will have to work a small miracle to become TV-worthy actresses in six short weeks.

Thursday, November 1 at 10 – 11 p.m. ET on MTV