Dude TV is large and in charge with MTV2 2014 Programming, a testosterone filled slate with the new series “Jobs That Don’t Suck” and the return of perennial favorite, “Guy Code.” MTV2’s Highest-Rated Series Ever, “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out,” Set to Return with an All-New Season in Summer 2014 Season Premiere of “Charlamagne and Friends” on January 15 to Guest Star Ice Cube, Kevin Hart and Tika Sumpter MTV2 spent the last few years investing in original, comedic programming, working to change the perception that MTV2 is really M T V T O O, a network that simply runs old MTV content. MTV 2 is focused on creating funny original guy minded shows, meaning they want guys to watch but they aslo hope their girlfriends watch, too. This focus on original programming is working. While across TV, males 12 34 are down, MTV2 was up 13 percent in 2013. In fact, in 2013 MTV 2 celebrated their most watched and highest rated year ever. MTV 2 also recorded their highest rated series of all time “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out” and our highest rated original series ever “Ain’t That America with Lil Duval.” Both series won their time slots on cable. MTV 2 expects even bigger things for MTV2 in 2014. Starting Wednesday, January 15th, they return with new seasons of “Ain’t That America” and “Charlamagne and Friends.” “Ain’t That America” features stand up Lil Duval exploring American’s greatest cultural traditions through hilarious viral videos and skits. He’s joined each week by his right hand girl Carly Aquilino, one of their fan favorites from MTV’s “Girl Code” and hilarious in her own right. “Charlamagne and Friends” is a weekly series hosted by the brutally honest Charlamagne Tha God, “Guy Code” regular and host of the top hip hop radio show in the country. And MTV 2 was happy to announce his first guests at the television critics’ association press tour on “Charlamagne and Friends” as Kevin Hart, Ice Cube, and Tika Sumpter will all sit down and chat with Charlamagne on the season premiere. For “Ain’t That America” Season 2 will be bigger and better than ever. In addition to Duval and Carly, they will have guest stars J.R. Smith from the New York Knicks, comedian Judah Friedlander, rapper Waka Flocka Flame, and model Rosa Acosta. MTV 2 also used the TCAs winter press tour to exclusively announce to the room the green light of a new series “Jobs That Don’t Suck” hosted by Andrew Shulz. This half hour comedy series guides viewers through the innovative ways that young Americans are finding success by doing what they love. In addition to Andrew, they will have Nessa Diab from “Girl Code” and the brilliant Eddie Wong, a “New York Times” bestseller and host of “Vices Fresh Off the Boat” to lend their expertise each week. “Jobs That Don’t Suck” premieres in April 2014 right after the Season 4 premiere of perhaps their most devoutly followed show “Guy Code.” April’s going to be a huge month for us as MTV 2 will also be premiering their new series with Major League Baseball. Finally, “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out” is back with a summer 2014 premiere. If anyone can top last year’s monster success, it’s Nick. To recap: A little vintage Guy Code to get you in the mood: The 2014 programming slate for MTV2 includes: “Ain’t That America with Lil Duval” (premieres January 15 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT): In MTV2’s highest-rated original series of all-time, comedian Lil Duval and a panel of his funniest friends explore America’s biggest cultural traditions from camping and Christmas to parenting and pets through the most outrageous viral videos spanning across every social and geographic group in the country. The first season of “Ain’t That America with Lil Duval” ranked as the No. 1 original cable series in its time slot among P12-34. “Charlamagne and Friends” (premieres January 15 at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT): The series is hosted by “Guy Code” and “Guy Court” star Charlamagne tha God, who will be joined by a variety of friends, including artists, athletes and comedians, as they give their unfiltered opinions on the biggest music and pop culture stories. In the season premiere, Charlamagne will interview Ice Cube, Kevin Hart and Tika Sumpter of “Ride Along.” “Guy Code” (premieres April 2014): “Guy Code” is the ultimate guy’s guide to the laws of manhood, creating the ultimate playbook for all guys to follow. In the fourth season of “Guy Code,” the show will return its favorite cast members from the previous three seasons, as they revisit key topics with updated tips, insights and intelligence. “Jobs That Don’t Suck” (premieres April 2014): MTV2’s brand new, half-hour comedy series is designed to help you find your dream job, by revealing how people – just like you – found theirs. Each week Andrew Schulz, Eddie Huang and Nessa hilariously guide viewers through the innovative ways that young Americans are getting rich by doing what they love. Viewers will meet millionaires, entrepreneurs, inventors, app developers, YouTube sensations, CEOs and even a few teenagers who have killer jobs, as they all reveal the secrets to their success. Untitled Major League Baseball Series (premieres April 2014): This new series will launch a multi-year programming partnership between MTV and the MLB, with the weekly show moving beyond game analysis, stats and highlights to showcase MLB athletes off the field, spotlighting the stars’ personalities and passions through a series of player interviews and features, in addition to celebrity appearances. The series will be shot in New York City from inside the MLB Fan Cave, MLB’s first-of-its-kind space that mixes baseball with music, pop culture, media, interactive technology and art. “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out” (premieres summer 2014): “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out” mixes lightning fast comedic improv, head-to head competition and cutting edge entertainment that’s more rap battle than comedic stage. The most recent season featured appearances from today’s hottest celebrities, including Mariah Carey and Kevin Hart, as well as musical performances from Mac Miller, A$AP Rocky, Macklemore, MGK and more. For more information on the network, visit MTV2.com or MTVPress.com.