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Ever miss the '90s, when watching shows like Punk'd and Singled Out were your "go-tos" on MTV? Well, get ready! Some of your favorite shows are getting revamped!

We're About To Get "Punk'd" For A Second Season! 

According to Deadline, Quibi has picked up a second season of the popular MTV franchise Punk'd, produced and hosted by Chance the Rapper.

Season two will explore new punking methods, more outrageous than ever before. Deadline revealed that it will keep up with its A-list pranks, which featured Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Nas X, Adam Devine, Migos, Addison Rae, Liza Koshy, and more in its first season. They have also said that celebrity participants for the second installment will be announced later.

Oh Boy! We're Getting "Singled Out" For A Second Season!

Sassy singles. Daring DMs. Real deal breakers. Singled Out is back to help daters navigate the treacherous waters of dating in the digital age. Who will be stuck in the friend zone, and who will be singled out?

Deadline reveals that in Season 2 of the MTV dating game show, hosts Keke Palmer (Strahan and Sara and Keke) and Joel Kim Booster will continue to make love connections for a new generation of daters of all genders and sexual preferences.

The History Behind The Two Shows: Where Did It All Begin?

Deadline also gave a little history on where these shows got their start. The original Punk'd, created by Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, first aired on MTV in 2003 and ran until 2007, with a return in 2012 through 2015.

Singled Out originally aired from 1995-1998 on MTV and was initially hosted by Chris Hardwick and Jenny McCarthy. Carmen Electra took over for McCarthy halfway through the show's run.

Make sure to catch up on both shows on MTV here and here to prepare yourselves for the revamped, revived, and reworked versions of the beloved '90s shows!

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