“We’ve been a Discover partner from day one, and launching this show is yet another way we are exploring new, creative formats together.”Vice’s decision to make another show featuring Bronson was based on his popularity across all of their other platforms.Additionally, Vice was excited to participate in this new format Snapchat is presenting to publishers and creators.“Our existing fans on Snapchat, and everywhere else for that matter, love Action Bronson,” said Proffer.He'll also predict whether or not they'll go on a second. That show aligns with Snapchat's effort to be a new form of mobile TV, not just for one-to-one or group communication.Snapchat has inked partnerships with major TV studios, including NBCUniversal, ABC/Disney and Turner Broadcasting. Snapchat relies on a mix of licensing deals and revenue sharing from advertising.
Mero,”), a brief stint with MTV and their current hit podcast “The Bodega Boys.” On their new show, Desus Nice commented: "We're wild excited for our new late night show to premiere, because we told a bunch of people about it and we're starting to look like we were lying about it." Added The Kid Mero: “Yo, I am extremely excited to get this show poppin’ on a network that let me say ‘dilate ya butthole’ in a promo. LOL, that makes it look mad official." The decision to bring “Desus & Mero” to VICELAND was a "no-brainer" according to Nick Weidenfeld, President of Programming for the fledgling network: “Desus and Mero are two of the funniest, most insightful people on the planet.Action Bronson has debuted “Hungry Hearts,” a new dating show that airs on Snapchat.Presented in partnership with Match and Vice, the show follows Bronson as he curates couples, arranges dating activities, and add his own commentary to the couples’ budding romance.Add some food into the mix, and you eliminate any reason not to watch the show.”In the premiere episode of Hungry Hearts, Bronson sends a potential couple to a sausage and peppers truck in Queens, New York.Snapchat users can subscribe to the show within the app, but here’s a clip from the first episode.