July 31, 2006 11:05 PM by Joe Blackmon
Set your clocks as VH1′s smash hit "Flavor of Love" returns for its second season on Sunday, August 6 at 10:00PM on VH1. Can’t wait until this Sunday? Beginning Wednesday, August 2, the full premiere episode will be available on VSPOT, VH1′s broadband channel at http://vspot.vh1.com/.
In the extended 90 minute season two premiere viewers meet the twenty new ladies competing for Flavor Flav’s heart. Even more outrageous and sexy, these girls are brassy, bold and determined to get their man — at any cost.
Throughout the episode Flav gives all the girls his trade mark nicknames and spends quality time getting to know them to determine who gets a clock and whose "time is up." From the first five minutes to the final thirty seconds, this is a series premiere that cannot be missed!
In addition to the VSPOT sneak peek of episode one, each episode will be available on VSPOT in its entirety for 48 hours every Wednesday following its Sunday night broadcast. VSPOT and VH1 Mobile will also host "extras" each week including, never-before-seen footage from the show and aftershow segments hosted by "Goldie" from season one of "Flavor of Love."
VH1 Mobile is also giving viewers a chance to participate via their mobile phones with instant episode-driven polls. Each week viewers can text their answers to a question asked at the beginning of the show. The results will be dynamically generated and displayed at the end of each show.
During its first season, "Flavor of Love" was the highest rated series in VH1 history, with three of its ten episodes making VH1′s top ten rated commercial telecasts of all time. For its 90-minute season finale, "Flavor of Love" again made VH1 history by becoming the network’s top rated telecast of all time (adults 18-49 rating of 3.51).
VH1′s "Flavor of Love" is executive produced by Mark Cronin, Cris Abrego and Ben Samek for Mindless Entertainment and 51 Pictures, who also produce the ongoing successful series "Surreal Life" and the highly rated "My Fair Brady: The Wedding Special!" Jeff Olde, Jill Holmes and Michael Hirschorn oversee the series for VH1.