MTV's Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant has a music placement of Isaac and Robi's "Indigo Sky," part of the Moon Bus Records publishing catalogue. Check out the show on Tuesday nights at 9 pm.
We are proud to have two songs in Fred Parnes' new documentary on singer-songwriter Peter Case, the Plimsouls' "Now" and the film's title track, "A Million Miles Away." Both songs were co-written with Case by Superior's Joey Alkes and Chris Fradkin.
Superior Music Corporation's President/Founder Mara Kuge is featured on Slate's popular Hit Parade podcast, hosted by Chris Molanphy. On this episode, they discuss the trend of vintage artists getting new placements, how synch has changed in the past two decades and more. The podcast is available to Slate Plus subscribers at this link.
Kelly Slater: Lost Tapes is a new eleven-part series, each episode twenty minutes long, that follows Slater, then forty-seven, gliding his Caddie around the 2019 world tour. Presented by the World Surfing League, the series features a montage set to SWIMM's "Feel Better."
Coco Zandi's "Time to Get Away" and Alvarez Kings' "Invincible" are featured on the newest season of MTV's Catfish. The show airs on Tuesdays at 8 pm / 7 central. Don't be fooled by imitations.
Irma Vep, based on Olivier Assayas’ 1996 film of the same name, is coming to HBO, featuring an end title from the Rubinoos 1977 power pop standard, "Rock and Roll is Dead." The limited series starring Alicia Vikander and created, written, and directed by Assayas, made its world premiere as an Official Selection at the Festival De Cannes 2022. It will also be available to stream on HBO Max and will make its world premiere as an Official Selection at the Festival De Cannes 2022.
The Courtneys' "Silver Velvet" will be played in the premiere episode of the final season of Love Victor. Look for the new season on Disney and Hulu+.
"Tell Me," co-written by Superior's Nathaniel Miller, was featured in the series finale of "Killing Eve" as Eve officiates the wedding. The haunting song was also featured in the previous season's finale, making this theme a fitting conclusion to the series.