MTV2, formerly known as M2, is a popular American cable TV channel that carries music videos and television shows like Cheaters, Scare Tactics, The Jamie Foxx Shows, and so on. In recent times, MTV2 got a huge hit among Teenagers and adults because of its never-ending entertainment. It does not hold any subscription plan. All you need is an active cable or satellite TV subscription to use the app. Unluckily, MTV2 does not have its own stand-alone app. You can still stream the content through the MTV app or any streaming provider. Here, we have shown the ways to watch MTV2 on Google TV.
Ways to Stream MTV2 on Google TV
- Using Play Store
- Using Cast Feature
How to Install MTV2 on Google TV
 Set up your Google TV to your TV and connect it to a steady internet connection.
 Tap the Search icon and type MTV.
 Choose the MTV app and click Install.
 Once it gets downloaded, click Open to launch the MTV app and then click the Sign-in option.
 You will get the MTV activation code on your TV screen. Make a note of it.
 On your smartphone or PC, open the web browser and visit the MTV activation website.
 Provide the given code in the respective field and click the Continue button.
 Then, log in with your TV provider and you will see the MTV app will get activated successfully.
 You can choose the MTV2 content and can enjoy streaming it on your TV.
How to Cast MTV2 on Google TV
 Sign in to the MTV account.
 Choose the MTV2 video and click Watch Now button. The video will start to play.
 Then, click the Cast icon on your screen and choose your Google TV device.
 Upon connecting, the video will be cast and play on your Google TV screen.
Related: How to Chromecast MTV2 to TV.
1. Does MTV2 have an app?
No, there is no official app for MTV2. You can use the MTV app to stream the MTV2 content.
2. Is the MTV app free?
Yes, MTV is completely free to download. But to access the MTV app, you need to use your pay-TV provider subscription.
3. What comes on MTV2?
You can stream shows like 48 hours, Living Single, Cheaters, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Scare Tactics, The Jamie Foxx Shows, and more.