We don’t even know if the Jersey Shore crew can make it work in 2018, but they’re already setting up a second tanning bed. MTV’s imminent revival has booked a second Family Vacation a month before we even set foot in Miami.
Skeptical though we may have been, MTV’s Scream reboot proved surprisingly successful in its initial run, even if Dimension opted to adjust creatively for Season 2. That said, the second season of our Wes Craven-adapted drama has a stab at its May premiere, along with the first cast and story details.
The highlight of last night's VMAS, MTV's annual reminder that they're still tangentially related to the music industry, was easily the multiple shots of stars reacting to Miley Cyrus' super awkward performance. Oh, also 'N Sync reunited or something and provided an answer to "what does Chris Kirkpatrick look like these days"?
MTV has finally announced the expected: 'Buckwild,' the reality series about the young people of West Virginia, has been canceled in the wake of 21-year-old cast member Shain Gandee's death of apparent carbon monoxide poisoning on April 1.
But it seems the show's producer, J.P. Williams, isn't taking the news so well.
Just over a week ago brought the tragic news that 21-year-old 'Buckwild' star Shain Gandee died of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning, along with his uncle and a friend in rural West Virginia. Following the tragedy, MTV postponed a decision on 'Buckwild's' second season, but now it seems the network has officially decided to halt production on the Appalachian reality series.
Yesterday brought the bizarre and tragic news that 21 year-old 'Buckwild' star Shain Gandee had been found dead after 31 hours missing, along with his uncle and a third unidentified male inside an off-road truck. The truck's position within the muddy woods initially made the bodies difficult to retrieve, but the circumstance and autopsy results have conclusively revealed the three died of carbon m