MTV Cribs (also known as Cribs) is an American documentary television show that debuted on MTV and features tours of celebrities’ private homes. It first aired from 2000 to 2010.
MTV produced short-form episodes of the show in 2017 and distributed them via Snapchat Discover.
‘MTV Cribs’ Season 19 Premiere: How to Watch and Where to Stream
MTV’s hit series MTV Cribs returns for its 19th season on Thursday, October 27 at 9/8c.
Before Instagram, MTV Cribs provided fans with access to their favorite celebrities’ lavish homes, lifestyles, and rituals.
Fans will see the homes of celebrities who can’t wait to show off their love lounges, reptile houses, and flashy cars in this brand-new season.
Those who want to watch the premiere but don’t have cable can still do so via Philo or FuboTV.
Philo is one of the more affordable live-streaming services, charging only $25 per month for over 60 live and on-demand channels.
Lifetime, Hallmark, AMC, HGTV, the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, CMT, BET, MTV, and other popular channels are available through the streaming service.
In the meantime, FuboTV is one of the better alternatives to traditional cable.
For $69.99 per month, it’s a sports-focused streaming service with over 100 other channels to choose from, including shows like Saturday Night Live, Yellowstone, The Voice, and others.
— MTVCribs (@MTVCribs) May 3, 2020
Both streaming services provide free trials for first-time users, allowing you to watch MTV Cribs without committing to anything.
So When Was Mtv cribs’ Season 19 Filmed if Leslie Jordan is Among the Featured Stars?
The episode with Leslie will air on Thursday, November 17, 2022, according to the Cribs Instagram page.
While we don’t know when the episode was shot, it had to be before Oct. 24, 2022, when Leslie died in a car accident in Los Angeles.
In fact, the star died while working on several projects, so he could have recently completed Cribs. Consider that he had only recently given interviews and created viral Instagram videos.
For example, just two weeks before the tragic crash, the actor appeared on CBS Mornings, according to ET Online, and discussed the rabid success of his social media presence during the pandemic.
Leslie was reportedly driving to the set of his show Call Me Kat when the accident occurred, according to the New York Post.