Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Nickelodeon UK To Start To Air "Say It In Song", New Music-Driven Reality Series Hosted By Red Foo, From Saturday 14th January 2017

The online British and Irish TV guide website Digiguide is reporting the exciting news that Nickelodeon UK and Ireland and Nickelodeon HD UK, the number one commercial kids TV network in the UK, will start to show Say It In Song, MTV's popular music-driven reality series hosted by LMFAO's Red Foo, every Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 7:00pm from Saturday 14th January 2017, as part of Nick UK & Eire's nick@nite evening programming block!

Say It In Song spotlights music’s unique ability to connect people in an emotional and powerful way. When MTV viewers find it hard to find the right words to say how they really feel or just need some help expressing themselves, host Red Foo encourages them to use a specific song to convey a special message to someone close.

Whether they’re asking a long-time crush to prom, telling an unfair boss “I quit”, or trying to win back an ex, there’s always the perfect song to deliver the message. The show has all the excitement and surprise of the hidden camera caper - like MTV's hit series Punk’d - mixed with the drama and emotional story-telling of Made. Each episode focuses on two stories of people wanting to get a special message across to someone close to them - a girlfriend/boyfriend, parent, roommate, BFF, sibling or boss — or maybe someone they just met. Red Foo and the MTV production team provide help along the way, planning out the best way to deliver the message. When words aren’t enough, the right song can say it all!

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