Vice Media and A+E Networks’ youth-oriented channel Viceland upcoming slate includes the debut of three new shows as well as returning favorites.
Lastly, Vice’s classic skate docuseries Epicly Later’d (pictured) will make its TV debut, tapping Chad Muska, Bam Margera, Andrew Reynolds and a host of other legendary pros to revive and revamp the series for 2017.
Returning favorites include the investigative cyber attack series Cyberwar with Ben Makuch; the culinary focused Bong Appetit with Abdullah Saeed, Vanessa Lavorato and Ry Pritchard; the culture cannabis show Weediquette with Krishna Andavolul and Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia with Hamilton Morris.
See below a list of the new series, along with descriptions provided by the network:
Epicly Later’d, one of Vice’s first digital series that launched in early 2000′s, will return to the airwaves with original host Patrick O’Dell. O’Dell will examine the ups and downs of professional skateboarding. He explores the past lives and current adventures of skateboarding’s most engaging characters, including never-before-seen footage of Bam Margera, who struggles to overcome substance abuse and the loss of his best friend, skating great Chad Musk,a and Vice’s own Spike Jonze, who looks back on his career and discusses how skateboarding influenced his work.
Epicly Later’d premieres Sept. 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
“THE TRIXIE & KATYA SHOW”
Hosted by RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova, The Trixie & Katya Show features the girls discussing anything and everything from their points of view. Created out of the pair’s YouTube series UNHhhh, the new show is a hybrid of late night, daytime and advice show with topics ranging from hook-ups and break-ups, fear, God, death, porn and more.
The Trixie & Katya Show premieres Nov. 1 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Award-winning hip-hop artist 2 Chainz takes audiences on a tour of excess in Most Expensivest.
Starting out as a GQ.com digital series, Most Expensivest, a copro of Condé Nast Entertainment (CNÉ) and Mustache, follows 2 Chainz as he investigates products and services, driven to answer the question: “Is it worth it?” Shot in New York City and Las Vegas, the new series dives into the absurdity of luxurious goods to determine if $4,000 canine cologne, an $800 bottle of beer or $5,000 chicken wings are worth the price tag.
Most Expensivest airs Nov. 1 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT.