The show's premise is similar to its predecessor in that a panel of hosts reacts to viral videos, except this time the videos are less shocking and more, well, adorable.
"MTV asked me, 'Ross do you want to hang out with hilarious people and watch the most adorable videos we can find on the internet?' Yeah, I do want to do that. Thank you so much, MTV. Sign me up", Mathews said.
Similar to Ridiculousness, the hosts' reactions to the clips and videos are totally authentic.
"We didn't see any of the videos beforehand, so all of the reactions that you get from us, all of our aww and ahh are all genuine in the moment reactions, every quip, every joke," Sloan said.
Given all that's gone on over the past year, this show is a welcome escape.
"Shooting this show and laughing like we did, felt like the medicine I needed after this last year and a half, and I think people are going to feel the same way when they watch it," Sloan said.
In addition to Adorableness, Mathews himself has a lot to smile about. Back in February, he announced on The Drew Barrymore Show that he was newly engaged.
"I have to say life is pretty good right now. I am so grateful," Mathews said.
Adorableness airs Monday nights on MTV.
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