Todrick Hall Will Get Self-Titled MTV Series Documenting His Viral YouTube Parodies

News   Todrick Hall Will Get Self-Titled MTV Series Documenting His Viral YouTube Parodies Todrick Hall, former Memphis cast member, "American Idol" finalist and YouTube personality — known for creating viral video parodies of Broadway songs and other pop-culture hits — will have a self-titled series on MTV.

Todrick Hall
Todrick Hall

According to Variety, MTV has ordered two new unscripted series, including a documentary-style look at the performance videos made by Hall.

"Todrick" will revolve around Hall's life and the team that assists in the production of his music videos. The half-hour series has an eight-episode order and is slated to debut next year.

"Todrick" will be produced by Graden of Brian Graden Media with executive producers Danny Salles, Lois Curren and Gaurav Misra as well as Hall, Scooter Braun and Danny Rose.

Click here to watch his recent "Cell Block Tango" parody featuring Glozell as NeNe Leakes, Simone Sheperd as Solange, 
Laila Odom as Rihanna, Kendra Hill as Nicki Minaj, 
Jade Novah as Beyoncé and Jessica Aguirre as Mariah Carey.

Click here to watch the "Cell Block Tango" parody Hall released last year, featuring Adam Lambert, Shoshana Bean, Cassie Scerbo, Amber Riley, Blake McGrath, Kimberly Cole and Pia Toscano as Disney villains.

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