Along with announcing today that "Mob Wives" and "Love & Hip Hop" are being renewed for second seasons, VH1 revealed that it is bringing back one of its vintage shows, B&C reported.
"Pop Up Video," which was last on VH1 in 2002, is being resurrected, the network announced. The show first premiered in 1996.
In the works are 60 new "Pop Up Video" episodes, which will follow the original format while being augmented with new bells and whistles.
Tom Calderone, VH1 president, said in a statement: "’Pop Up Video’ has stood the test of time, ranking as one of the most iconic series in recent television history. For years, people have practically begged, ‘Please bring back “Pop Up Video”!’ It’s a show and format that now evokes nostalgia for VH1’s young adult audience."