All of you Jersey Shore fans can set your calenders for the final season of the wildly popular show. “Jersdays” are back with the premiere of season six of “Jersey Shore” on Thursday, October 4 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. This has to be the last season. Snooki is engaged and very pregnant, Snooki and JWoWW have their own show, Pauly D has his own show, Ronnie and Sami are not together…again, and Mike The Situation is in Rehab. I think, the show is done.
“MTV has been a beacon for each young generation throughout its history, and this Millennial generation is no different. Our distinctive blend of reality and scripted shows gives voice to the excitement and possibilities that frame their everyday lives,” said Janollari. “We strive to reflect their hopes, dreams and struggles, with a mix of humor, authentic voices and engaging stories that you can’t find anywhere else on TV.” “Whether it’s the outrageous and ever-evolving characters on ‘Jersey Shore,’ the comedic antics of ‘Snooki & JWoww,’ ’ we strive to provide our audience with a diverse slate of innovative programming that provokes and entertains in unexpected ways,” added Chris Linn, EVP of Programming and Head of Production, MTV.
MTV claims six of the top fifteen cable series this year . Reality series are incredibly strong, with the network boasting five of the top ten cable reality series so far this year, with “Jersey Shore” ruling at #1, followed by “Teen Mom 2,” “Teen Mom,” “Snooki & JWOWW,” and “The Challenge.” On the scripted front, “Teen Wolf” and “Awkward” rank among the top ten scripted series across cable.
In addition, the network announced season two pick-ups for TV’s zaniest BFF’s, “Snooki and JWOWW,” who will continue to try to live their lives to the fullest while balancing adulthood and the unexpected surprise of parenthood.
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