It was a quiet week at MTV.
The streaming service was in the midst of announcing a major new deal with Warner Bros. and was poised to unveil a slew of new music videos for its existing shows, including the new “MTV 2” video series that will debut on the streaming service on Sept. 1.
But as MTV’s music video team began work on a new “Girlfriends” video, a video for the hit song “Boom Boom Pow,” and a brand-new video for Jay Z’s “Famous” song, there was a flurry of speculation and speculation that some of the videos might be taken out of the catalog altogether.
A new version of the MTV 2 video that is expected to debut in the fall was the first MTV video since the “Million Dollar Babies” video hit in the spring of 2018.
It is still in the catalog, though, and will be available on YouTube in 2019, the network confirmed in a statement.
MTV also announced a new music video for “Lemme Tell You” in the Fall.
It’s not clear when the new music was first planned, but it appears that some kind of a “Gundam”-themed video for that song was being prepared for the video, MTV confirmed.
The video will air in 2019 on MTV 2.
It is unclear what is going to happen to the existing videos.
MTV has been working with Warner to make new music and video content, and some of those projects have been shelved or scrapped.