MTV Cribs and CMT Cribs, depending on which channel it airs, is a franchise reality television program that originated on the MTV Networks' MTV. It later aired on its CMT channel that features tours of the houses and mansions of celebrities. The first show aired September 2000. By 2005, Cribs had featured tours of the homes of over 185 celebrities, musicians, actors, and athletes over the course of 13 seasons. The show was originally narrated by Ananda Lewis, then narrated by Su-chin Pak of MTV News. It was developed by Nina L. Díaz, who has gone on to develop My Super Sweet 16, also for MTV.The most watched and replayed episode of Cribs was a special one-hour edition touring Mariah Carey's New York penthouse. In 2005/2006, MTV Canada produced a series of Canadian-made Cribs episodes.A new season of Cribs, filmed in high definition, started in August 2007 with a new format, title sequences, and on-screen graphics. The show is also no longer voiced by Pak. A 'Priciest Pads' special was created to kick off the new season, hosted by Kimora Lee Simmons.The show was put into syndication in September 2007, to be offered by local television stations on a weekday basis in the United States by Litton Entertainment. However, the Litton versions of the program were severely edited and changed. Any references to MTV were scrubbed out, and the program received a new logo referring to it as just Cribs, while all music that was played in the original episodes was replaced by production music to avoid royalty fees. Although Lewis and Pak were still listed in the episode credits as narrators, all narration was stripped in the re-edited episodes, and 'coming up' segments were either silent or voiced by an uncredited announcer. The syndicated version was unsuccessful and offered in barter form, mainly on the lower-rated stations in many markets in abysmal timeslots, and was removed in September 2008 from the market.MTV Cribs featuring Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff has one or more episodes streaming via tv everywhere with MTV (Via Cable/Satellite Provider), free on MTV, and available for purchase on Prime Video. It's a reality show with 91 episodes over 15 seasons. MTV Cribs is no longer running and has no plans to air new episodes or seasons. It has a less than average IMDb audience rating of 5.1 (1,513 votes).
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2 episodes (2%) are available to watch free online (MTV).
16 episodes (18%) are available to stream on a popular TV everywhere service (MTV).
39 episodes (43%) are available to rent or buy from $1.99 on 2 services (iTunes & Prime Video).
Not available to stream on a subscription service.
MTV Cribs has a less than average IMDb audience rating of 5.1 (1,513 votes). The show is somewhat popular with Reelgood users lately.