As we've been learning quite a bit in recent years, a series' cancellation in no way means it will stay dead forever. If even 'Arrested Development' can find a new home years later on Netflix, surely there must be hope for MTV's well-received, but cancelled sitcom 'I Just Want My Pants Back," right? The fans sure seem to think so, and you won't believe how they've decided to show their support.
In an attempt to breathe new life into the 'Scream' franchise, Dimension Films released a fourth installment - 'Scream 4' in theaters last spring. It didn't work. 'Scream 4' performed poorly at the box-office and wasn't a hit with audiences or critics. But that's not the end of the ghost face killer!
Like a horror movie villain, the 'Scream' franchise was left for dead but is suddenly up and alive again. It turns out MTV is adapting 'Scream' into a TV series...
Between an additional season of 'Jersey Shore,' Snooki and JWoww's upcoming spin-off, Pauly D's DJ career, and even Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino turning himself into a comic book, the Garden State mania is far from over. (Why did we ever think it would end?) So what's the latest train wreck tie-in from the ever-popular series? Why, Ronnie Magro's music career, of course!
You can take the girl out of the 'Jersey Shore' house, but you just can't take the 'Jersey Shore' house out of the girl. Let's test that theory! Among a few key changes taking place with the upcoming sixth (hopefully last) season of 'Jersey Shore,' it seems at least one housemate is keen to make a change...of address!
Who's ready to howl at the moon? Or, at least howl at their television sets, looking only slightly less crazy? The second season of MTV's cult hit 'Teen Wolf' will premiere on Sunday, June 3 immediately following the MTV Movie Awards, much as it premiered its first season exactly one year ago. But why wait for June, when you can watch the first ten minutes of season premiere "Omega" right now?
What year is this? If Ashton Kutcher returns to hosting duties for MTV's hit prank show 'Punk'd,' does that mean 'The Matrix' sequels have come out? Did President Gore implement his global warming solutions? Are we still waiting for Guns 'N' Roses to release their masterpiece "Chinese Democracy?" Well, if MTV ever takes a break from showing wall-to-wall music videos, we've got good news for Ashton Kutcher fans!
MTV's 'Teen Wolf,' a show about werewolves and the teenage girls who love them and that has nothing to do with the popular 80s movie (thank God?) is about to embark on its second season. And based on the just-released promo, this time around the MTV's supernatural hit is all about "trusting the instinct." Whatever that means.