The answer: movies, Red Bull & stretch marks!
Last week, a whopping six major advertisers pulled their ads from airing during MTV's controversial new show, Skins. Deemed "child pornography" by the PTC, there didn't seem to be anyone left who was willing to let their product be associated with such scandal.
But indeed there was! Quite a few in fact!
Let's see…well, of course MTV promoted some of its own stuff. They also aired their public service campaign against digital bullying (kudos!) There were a ton of spots for upcoming movies, like Leighton Meester's The Roommate, Dianna Agron's I Am Number Four and Adam Sandler/Jennifer Aniston's comedy Just Go With It.
Red Bull stayed true to their word and ran a few ads during the broadcast as well and…oh yeah, there were multiple direct-response ads for Celtrixia. What, you don't know what Celltrixia is? Why, its the latest remedy to help remove stretch marks! You know how teens are plagued by those unsightly horrors!
The show's obviously fallen on hard times and they're only two episodes in. How much longer can they go on like this, we wonder?
If next week they air an erectile disfunction ad, consider this show OVER!