Paramount+, the rebranded on-demand video streaming platform for CBS formerly known as “CBS All Access,” will look to grab the millennial music fan demographic with a mix of new original shows along with the revival of popular music-focused shows from Vh1 and MTV‘s 1990s programming schedule when it launches later this week on March 4th.

According to reports, Paramonut+ will debut an original docuseries centered around Foo Fighters singer/guitarist Dave Grohl and his mother Virginia Grohl, appropriately titled, From Cradle to Stage. The series will be themed around Virginia’s 2017 book, From Cradle to Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars, in which she interviewed various rock and roll moms who raised kids who turned out to be professional musicians. The six-part series has yet to be given a release date.

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Paramonut+ will also reach into its deep collection of Vh1 and MTV intellectual property for the forthcoming reboots of once-popular music shows including Behind the Music, Yo! MTV Raps, and Unplugged.

MTV’s Unplugged returned to the MTV airwaves back in March 2010, and was expanded to an Unplugged At Home virtual format with the arrival of COVID-19 last year. Though there hasn’t been a new episode of Behind The Music since 2012, Paramount+ promises to revive the series to provide fans young and old with “Updated [episodes] for today’s audiences with artist interviews, a creative refresh and reimagined visual style.”

“The return of Yo! MTV Raps will include hosted segments, live performances, cyphers, and lifestyle content,” the company shared in a press statement about the return of Yo! MTV Raps. “It will serve as a comprehensive deep dive into the current state of hip-hop. After its debut 33 years ago on August 6, 1988, Yo! MTV Raps became the premier destination for all things hip-hop.”

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[H/T Consequence of Sound]