Here’s a look at what the show’s former hosts have been up to since their time on MTV.
Former MTV VJ Brian Mc Fayden is being sued by his ex-girlfriend ...
According to KGW News Director Rick Jacobs, Mc Fayden will be an anchor on the weekday morning "KGW News at Sunrise" show, filling the slot formerly held by Russ Lewis, who departed KGW in June to join KHOU-TV, the NBC affiliate in Houston, where Lewis' wife, Sally Ramirez, became KHOU news director in March after leaving her job as assistant news director at KGW.
This is an episode list for Sabrina the Teenage Witch, an American sitcom that debuted on ABC in 1996. The series ran for seven seasons totaling 163 episodes.
It originally premiered on September 27, 1996 on ABC and ended on April 24, 2003 on The WB.
In August 2012, Mc Fayden was signed by Silver Chalice Ventures, based out of Chicago, Illinois, to host "Campus Insiders", an online, digital NCAA college football and basketball show.
As of March 2014, he was a reporter/anchor for HLN Morning Express Bleacher Report.
At the time, Damien Echols, 18, Jason Baldwin, 16, and Jessie Misskelley, 17, fit the description authorities were looking for.
All three teens were convicted of the murders and ordered to serve life in prison, except for Echols, who was sentenced to death.Yet, the majority of evidence was circumstantial, dating back to Echols’ troubled childhood that consisted of violence and psychiatric treatment.When juvenile officer Jim Jones heard about the murders, he went directly to Echols for questioning. On May 5, 1993, three little boys from West Memphis, Arkansas, went out for a bike ride with a promise to their parents that they would be home for dinner.Somewhere along the way, the kids were murdered and thrown into a secluded, wooded area known to locals as Robin Hood Hills.Jones had no evidence to prove Echols was involved, but he had heard his name frequently from fellow juvenile officer Jerry Driver, who had run-ins in the past with the teen.