MySpace announced that a content partnership to bring the new original digital series Sorority Forever, created by McG (director of Terminator Salvation) and the producers of the hit Internet series Prom Queen, from TheWB.com to MySpaceTV.
Sorority Forever will be hosted on its own custom hub on MySpaceTV, with episodes of the series premiering at 9:00 a.m. PDT every day beginning this morning, concurrent with its launch on TheWB.com. Original episodes of Sorority Forever will appear exclusively on TheWB.com and MySpaceTV for 24 hours and then will become available through TheWB.com’s additional broadband distribution partners. Five new episodes per week (one new episode each weekday) will be available to view on MySpaceTV, in addition to character profiles and other interactive features.
In Sorority Forever, McG, through his Wonderland Sound and Vision banner, teams up with Big Fantastic, who produced the digital series Prom Queen, on an innovative mystery/drama which peeks behind the walls of one of the most intriguing secret societies in the world: the sorority. With a mystery around every corner, Sorority Forever will provide viewers with a sexy and immersive experience that is simultaneously realistic and voyeuristic. McG will executive produce, along with Big Fantastic producers Douglas Cheney, Chris Hampel, Chris McCaleb and Ryan Wise.
In addition to Sorority Forever, MySpace and Warner Bros. are also announcing the launch of multiple MySpaceTV Channels for additional Warner Bros. shows, including The O.C., Smallville, One Tree Hill, Veronica Mars, Gilmore Girls, Jack & Bobby, Animatrix, Babylon 5, V: The Series, Witchblade, The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr., Growing Pains, Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper, Head of the Class and Wonder Woman. Content will be refreshed weekly, and users are able to friend individual properties and receive updates from each channel individually.
Sorority Forever is the newest addition to a number of branded channels and content partners on MySpaceTV, including TMZ, BBC Worldwide, quarterlife, Sony (Minisode Network), National Geographic, The New York Times and lifestyle outlets including 60 Frames, Atomic Wedgie, FOX’s IGN Entertainment, JibJab, Kush TV, Next New Networks, Octane TV, Ripe TV, Sports Illustrated, VBS.TV (Vice Magazine) and Watch Mojo.
Below is a trailer for Sorority Forever.