Apple's US iTunes Music Store customers have a new TV treat in store - new shows from MTV Networks.

MTV Networks and Apple today announced that new television programming from Spike TV, Nick at Nite, TV Land, Logo, MTV and The N is now available on iTunes US.

The two firms also confirmed that MTV Networks' programming has been a huge success on iTunes since debuting earlier this year, with South Park selling over one million episodes.

"At MTV Networks, our brands create some of the most vibrant, entertaining and pop culture-defining programming today," said Nicholas Lehman, executive vice president, MTV Networks Digital Media. "We're excited to add more of our diverse programming to iTunes and to connect a broad digital audience with our bold entertainment content."

"MTV Networks' programming has been a hit with customers since launching on iTunes earlier this year," said Eddy Cue, Apple's vice president of iTunes. "iTunes is the world's most popular online video store with over 35 million videos sold, and we continue to expand the catalogue of great television content now with over 150 network and cable programs available."

In an extra treat, the two hour premiere of Spike TV's Blade: The Series, the network's first original scripted action-adventure will be offered for free, exclusively on iTunes until July 11.

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