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.
MTV’s The Shannara Chronicles has officially been Spike-d. The high-concept fantasy drama has booked an October premiere for Season 2 in its new Spike home, simultaneously releasing an eye-popping first trailer.
Jersey Shore fans were disheartened to learn that a potential revival may have proven nothing more than a Burger King commercial, but fear not. The GTL and meatball crew is indeed reuniting on actual TV, as E! sets up a Reunion Road Trip.
It’s official – Facebook is finally making the leap into its own original series. Not only has the social network picked up a scripted comedy by rescuing MTV’s Loosely Exactly Nicole, but also a new reality competition from American Ninja Warrior producers.
It was just over a month ago we learned that MTV wanted to put the Fear Factor in today’s youth with a Ludacris twist, making millennials dunk their cell phones rather than play gross-out games. Now, the first trailer for the youth-oriented revival looks a lot like the old series, because who…
There’s no two ways around the fact that MTV’s The Shannara Chronicles was an expensive series, and not precisely the breakout hit to justify it. MTV and Viacom are doing some restructuring of their own, and it now seems that Shannara will move to Spike for its second season this fall.
Sadly, MTV Scream fans are going to have to wait a lot longer (like, forever) to finally answer the Brandon James mystery. Season 3 has confirmed plans to reboot the premise with new showrunners, even adding Queen Latifah as a new producer.
The Scream movies had a hard enough time keeping Sidney Prescott in peril for three sequels, so might MTV’s TV adaptation already need its own reboot? That’s the word on Season 3, as Dimension TV is apparently looking to scrap the current storyline and cast.