‘The Andy Milonakis Show’ hits Apple’s iTunes Store, Apple TV before MTV

Apple Store“MTV2 plans to release the entire upcoming season of “The Andy Milonakis Show” on Apple’s iTunes a month before its first episode premieres on television, the cable network will announce Tuesday,” Carly Mayberry reports for Hollywood Reporter.

Mayberry reports, “The iTunes window is just one aspect of a multiplatform plan to launch the third season of ‘Andy Milonakis,’ which began as an Internet sensation. The series returns to the MTV offshoot on April 27.”

“‘Andy Milonakis‘ is based on the comedic antics and interactions among the young Milonakis and his friends. Previously set on New York’s Lower East Side, this show this season finds Milonakis in Los Angeles,” Mayberry reports.

“The premiere episode will be offered this week as a free download through iTunes, while the entire six-episode season will be available for $9.99 and individual episodes for $1.99,” Mayberry reports. “While more networks are experimenting with premiering new episodes online before broadcast as well as offering more multiepisode packages, introducing an entire season online before TV reflects an increasing aggressiveness in digital distribution strategy.”

Full article here.

“The Andy Milonakis Show” via Apple’s iTunes Store here.

Related articles:
Apple TV projected to surpass TiVo, Netflix – March 20, 2007
Former Microsoft ‘Enthusiast Evangelist’ Gartenberg looks at impact of Apple TV – March 20, 2007
Apple TV ships – March 20, 2007
Apple shares rise on positive Apple TV analyst comments – March 19, 2007
Analysts: Apple to ride Apple TV + iTunes ‘Trojan horse’ into living room – March 19, 2007
Will Apple TV be even bigger than iPhone? – March 19, 2007
Apple adds 720p Apple TV high-definition export mode to QuickTime – March 19, 2007
Apple planning to buy Miglia to add DVR capabilities to iTunes and Apple TV? – March 17, 2007
Miglia debuts TVMAX+ Mac PVR, TV tuner, content provider for iPod, iPhone or Apple TV – March 16, 2007
Piper Jaffray expects 2 million Apple TV units to be sold in 2007 – March 16, 2007
Apple TV ships – March 15, 2007
Solution providers expect Apple TV to be hot seller – March 15, 2007
Apple TV could help kill traditional TV ads – March 14, 2007
Apple TV manufacturing ramp up to begin as early as today – March 12, 2007
Why Apple TV is more important than iPhone – March 12, 2007
Apple TV concept may eventually catch on with consumers – March 12, 2007
Apple CFO talks Apple TV, iPhone, Leopard and retail (link to full transcript) – March 07, 2007
PC Magazine: Why Apple TV matters – February 23, 2007
Bear Stearns: Apple TV and iPhone have changed the Apple story for the better – February 21, 2007
Deutsche Bank: Apple TV could take 30% of set-top box market within a few years – February 21, 2007
How do Apple TV and Elgato’s EyeTV work together? – February 16, 2007
Apple embraces casual gaming; iPhone, Apple TV to join iPod as gaming devices – February 09, 2007
Former GM of Microsoft’s Xbox Live Arcade: Apple TV to become video game console – February 08, 2007
ZDNet’s Graham: Apple TV hits a number of sweet spots, poised to make a big impact – January 25, 2007
Is Apple out to kill cable television? – January 25, 2007
RUMOR: Apple TV sales blowing away Apple’s internal expectations – January 25, 2007
Steve Jobs: Apple TV is the ‘DVD player for the 21st century’ – January 22, 2007
Apple TV beats out iPod, hits top spot on Apple Store sales chart – January 19, 2007
Report: first batch of 100,000 Apple TVs to ship this month – January 11, 2007
Steve Jobs moves to control the living room with Apple TV – January 10, 2007
Analyst Bajarin: Apple’s iPhone and Apple TV are industry game changers – January 09, 2007
Apple premieres Apple TV: movies, TV shows, music & photos on your big screen TV – January 09, 2007
RUMOR: Apple may enter video game market – December 05, 2006
Could Apple become king of game consoles? – September 26, 2006


  1. Where the hell are The Simpsons?

    Do you know how much money iTunes would literally snatch from my wallet if they had the first 7 or 8 seasons of Homer & Co.?

    Fsck Andy Milonakis.

  2. Well regarded shows with only a limited run (Due South, Sleeper Cell, Firefly) are easy to justify. But with maybe 17 seasons so far, were one to build a complete Simpsons library it would be VERY expensive. (Fortunately, it’s in broad syndication.) Maybe when they complete the run they can release a complete set of the Treehouse of Horrors episodes (aka the Halloween specials). Their spoof of Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven” is priceless!

  3. This was already done with the whole first six episodes of the Winner from Fox. I got the whole season before it was aired on fox starting this month. Well worth it. Wish i could say the same for Andy.

Reader Feedback

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.