MTV has announced premiere dates for returning series Teen Wolf and Awkward, as well as the premiere of its second Jersey Shore spin-off Snooki & JWoww. The network also unveiled a handful of new scripted and reality series.
Snooki & JWoww, which follows the best friends living in Jersey City, will debut on Thursday, June 21 at 10/9c. Well-known as party girls, the new show will document their now toned-down lives. Each is involved in a serious relationships, and Snooki is also pregnant.
Fans were over the moon to see the hot young stars of MTV's Teen Wolf at a Saturday Comic-Con panel moderated by TV Guide Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Debra Birnbaum. Though attempts failed to get ...
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Based on the kitschy 1985 Michael J. Fox big-screen comedy about a pubescent, van-surfing furball, MTV's Teen Wolf remake could have been a total mutt. But thanks to some serious tweaking — and a supernaturally attractive cast — the cable net has unleashed a wolf of a different color.
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Question: Please, no 7th Heaven spin-off with Lucy and Kevin. That sounds like 7th Heaven: The Next Generation. The most interesting concept for a spin-off would be one that follows Martin as he tries to break in to the big leagues. They could spin it in the direction of Felicity and make the show about Martin trying to make it on his own and discover who he is while avoiding the temptation of steroids and being a dutiful father to his child. Eventually his baseball career would go bust and he could study sports journalism at Simon's school.
Answer: You know, this is the first good idea I've heard regarding life after 7th Heaven. It goes the Frasier route in taking a character who was important to the parent show (in that case, Cheers) but not from the core original cast and telling a completely different story, though with the same basic values. Only problem here is that series with sports themes have had a terrible time of it, the horrific One Tree Hill notwithstanding. But Martin