The anthology series was ahead of its time in its exploration of a variety of sexual relationships.
MTV is bringing one of its most controversial shows back, a reimagining of “Undressed,” the groundbreaking series that explored the complicated dynamics of young adult relationships.
"Undressed" made stars of a lot of its actors since it premiered in 1999. People such as Christina Hendricks, Jason Ritter, Max Greenfield, Brandon Routh and Chad Michael Murray, as well as Damon Lindelof (“Lost”), Lizzy Weiss (“Switched at Birth,” “Blue Crush”) and Steven S. DeKnight (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”).
Oscar® nominated director and creator of the show Roland Joffé will return as executive producer.
MTV aired more than 200 episodes from 1999 – 2002 of the GLAAD Award winner which was widely praised by fans and critics alike for being one of the only shows at the time to feature gay, lesbian and bisexual characters and same-sex relationships.
By offering an unfiltered look at the romantic lives of these characters, “Undressed” proved to be one of the most inclusive shows of its generation.
“’Undressed’ was ahead of its time and we’re looking forward to developing the series for a whole new generation,” said Pamela Post, Head of Scripted Programming for MTV Studios, MTV, VH1 and Logo. “Much has changed in the dating/relationship world since the series first premiered and we’re excited to showcase how both have evolved.”