Fuse's new programming slate will strike a chord with four
different music genres as the network looks to serve a diversity of musical
The music-themed network has greenlit the production of
four new original series, Let It Rock,
Distortion, The Pop Show and Hip Hop Shop, which will showcase the top artists,
music video and news in the world of rock, alternative, pop and hip hop music,
according to network officials.
Debuting Aug. 25 is The
Pop Show, which focuses on the artists and music videos from the top of the pop music
charts, while The Hip Hop Shop, which
touts the latest hip hop, R&B jams and classics, premieres Sept. 23.
Let It Rock, airing the latest videos
and happenings in rock music, and Distortion
- which focuses on alternative music videos, news and tour info - premiered earlier
this month on the network.
"These four new shows are a great addition to the wide variety
of music programming fans can currently find on Fuse," said Fuse vice
president of programming David Weier in a statement. "By dedicating an expert host and entire show
to each genre, music enthusiasts will have the opportunity to watch their
favorite music videos, get tour and festival information and check out the
hottest artists and celebrities."