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|Presented by||Stevie Ryan|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||14|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Production company(s)||New Wave Entertainment|
|Original release||March 4, 2012– July 12, 2013|
Stevie TV is an American comedy television series that stars Stevie Ryan and airs on VH1. The series, which premiered on March 4, 2012, parodies movies, TV shows, and actors. It was announced in April 2012 that the series has been renewed for a second season, which premiered on May 31, 2013. VH1 canceled Stevie TV in February 2014.
Stevie Ryan moved to L.A. at age 19 to pursue a career in acting and modeling, but she wanted to make people laugh. It was YouTube that inspired Stevie to be funny. She received a camcorder from her ex-boyfriend originally to shoot silent films. Instead, she focused on impersonating celebrities including Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Rachel Zoe, and Amy Winehouse. She even developed her own characters on YouTube such as Mexican-American homegirl Little Loca and 15-year-old wild child Katrina, who claimed she slept with hundreds of men in one day to be on Bang Bus. The characters she played got thousands of YouTube hits that gained the attention of VH1 to give her her own show.
|Season||Episodes||Season Premiere||Season Finale|
|1||8||March 17, 2012||April 22, 2012|
|2||6||May 31, 2013||July 12, 2013|
Season 1 (2012)
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