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.
Yes, its really happening. Like Pauly D before them, Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley have spun off into their own series, and rather than the network burning and destroying the footage for the abomination it is, it looks like the aptly-titled 'Snooki & JWoww' has been given an official premiere date. No, it's not December 22, 2012.
With two new series in the works and four more just announced, is the old joke about how MTV used to play music videos even funny anymore? In addition to the already announced talk show, 'Hip-Hop POV' and a reality show following MySpace breakout star and "G6" singer, Dev, the network has added 'The Heights,' Totally Clueless,' 'Epic Fail' and 'How I Made It' to its very non-music video friendly lineup. What exactly are these shows?
Looks like all that hard partying does have repercussions -- a rep for 'Jersey Shore' star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino has confirmed that the eterna-tanned reality star has checked himself into rehab. So what does this mean to the upcoming season of 'Jersey Shore' and what did Sorrentino himself tweet about the news?
Seeing as they're not exactly "teens" anymore, is it any real surprise that MTV has decided to end the original 'Teen Mom' series with the upcoming fourth season? Read what the network had to say about the final season and what, if anything, it had to do with the many legal issues facing the cast.
Come on, everybody, we were so close! So very, very close. With Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi pregnant, engaged, and seemingly retired from the hard-partying lifestyle for which she's famous only for stumbling through, it had seemed 'Jersey Shore' was at its end. After all, even meatballs and gorilla juiceheads have to sleep sometime, don't they?
And with 'Jersey Shore' Season 5 having come to a close, with a Pauly D spin-off on the way and a Snooki / JWoww pilot in the works, it had seemed that the once mammoth phenomenons of GTL and the 'Jersey Shore' lifestyle would slowly, but surely ride off into the sunset. Then, this happened.
Brace yourselves, folks. 'Jersey Shore' has been renewed for Season 6.
Seeing as you're on the Internet, you probably already know that Snooki is pregnant. If not, take a moment to yourself, if you need one.