MTV Live

Wednesday, October 31 on MTV Live

It’s Halloween! Daryn Jones and Aliya-Jasmine Sovani are going to look at the best way to get scared. Is it horror movies? Ouija boards? Ghost stories?

We’ll talk to Chris Alexander, writer and movie critic for Fangoria Magazine, the most famous horror publication in the world, to find out how he scares himself and which scary movies are on his must-see list.

Then, “Degrassi” stars, Stefan Brogren and Lauren Collins will join the discussion with their new Halloween zombie special, “Degrassi Of The Dead”, which was directed by Brogren.

Finally, Neverending White Lights will perform from their new highly-anticipated album Act 2: The Blood and The Life Eternal. The JUNO-nominated artist earned multiple accolades for its first album, including a 2006 MuchMusic Video Award nomination, three 2006 CASBY Award nominations, and a Canadian Radio Music Award.

Tuesday, October 30 on MTV Live

Daryn Jones and Jessi Cruickshank are looking at the world of diversity underneath the rainbow flag. Is it harder to be bi than gay or straight?

We’re bringing in Maxim model and aspiring singer Tila Tequila to join the discussion.

The super sexy bisexual will also talk about her new reality show “A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila” where her sexual preference is on full display.

Then, Skye Sweetnam, the 19-year old JUNO-nominated pop-rock sweetheart will take over the stage to perform from her sophomore album Sound Soldier.

It’s no secret that the Guitar Hero franchise is a big hit with videogame fans and now they’re launching a third installment.

Today, Daryn Jones and Nicole Holness are talking about the greatest guitar heroes of all time.

And then tonight’s performance is from progressive rock band Coheed and Cambria who are about to kick-off their North American headline tour.

Monday, October 29 on MTV Live

Monday, October 22

Today on “MTV Live” Alison Leung, Marketing Manager at Dove, will join hosts Daryn Jones and Aliya-Jasmine Sovani to discuss body image and how the media influences women’s perspectives. He’s shared the stage with hip-hop’s finest including Common and Lupe Fiasco and now Ontario hip-hop artist Shad will bring his brand of conscious and unique music to “MTV Live” for a live performance and interview. His new album “The Old Prince” is available in stores now.

Tuesday, October 23

Join “MTV Live” hosts Daryn Jones and Nicole Holness as they discuss things we can all do to help save the environment. Chris Turner, author of the new book “The Geography of Hope: A Tour of the World We Need,” will also be in the studio to share environmentally friendly tips and suggestions. Finally, The Most Serene Republic will stop by to perform from their current album “Population.”

Wednesday, October 24

Legendary wrestler Bret Hart will stop by “MTV Live” to talk with hosts Daryn Jones and Dan Levy about his new book “Hitman – My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling.” Got a question or comment for “the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be?” Ask via phone, email or webcam. We’ll also be joined by Finger Eleven who are currently on tour with Sum 41. The band will be here to perform a track from their current album “Them vs. You vs. Me.”

Thursday, October 25

Today’s thread on “MTV Live” is ‘save the children.’ Joining hosts Daryn Jones and Jessi Cruickshank will be Nazanin Afshin-Jam who’ll talk about her involvement with the ‘Stop Child Executions Campaign’ (www.stopchildexecutions.com). We’ll also be joined by Steve and Cone from Sum 41. The Canadian rockers will be in the studio to give viewers and fans the 411 on their current tour and the new album “Underclass Hero.”