Snooki, Tyler Posey
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.
Paul "DJ Pauly D" DelVecchio has been sued by his former agency ICM, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Pauly D Project's Posse: More lovable than the cast of Jersey Shore
The lawsuit, filed on Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court, says that the company helped the reality star earn a hefty paycheck after a successful first season of Jersey Shore. Pauly D and ICM had a verbal agreement that entitled the company to 10 percent of DelVecchio's business opportunities. After getting 10 percent commission for the MTV show's second season, ICM was fired by Pauly D, but now claims it is owed subsequent profit totaling $370,000 for the past two seasons of the series.
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is home from rehab and feeling "better than ever."
"Michael 'The Situation' Sorrentino is home and would like to thank his fans, friends, family, and business partners for their continued support and words of encouragement," reads a statement on his official website. "He is now stronger and better than ever, and excited for this new amazing chapter in his life."
Give a gold star — or whatever qualifies as a decent grade at Greendale Community College these days — to NBC for the smart decision to bring back Community while CBS was preoccupied with NCAA March Madness for several weeks. This allowed the very cult ...
The Pauly D Project
Jersey Shore's first official spin-off is upon us: The Pauly D Project, starring Paul "Pauly D" Delvecchio, premieres Thursday at 10:30/9:30c on MTV.
Like Jersey Shore, the series prominently features three recurring themes: beats, booze and blowouts. But unlike Jersey Shore, this show refreshingly acknowledges that its star is famous — and celebrates it.
Joey and Danny
For the first time in seven seasons on The Amazing Race, there was a battle for a Fast Forward. And just like in Season 13, the losers this time — Joey "Fitness" Lasalla and Danny Horal — ultimately got eliminated. "We just really wanted first place," Joey tells TVGuide.com. "If we didn't do the Fast Forward, I think we would've come in second, third or fourth, but we did it and we have to live with it." The friends say they "100 percent" regret going for it in hindsight, but know they were beaten by Dave and Rachel fair and square. See what else they have to say about their final leg, how close they were to winning the Fast Forward and why they're so much more than a Jersey Shore stereotype.
Mike The Situation Sorrentino
Following reports that Jersey Shore's Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino had checked into rehab Tuesday, the MTV reality star chose to set the record straight on his own.
Between the pressure of fame, scrutiny from the media, and the constant temptation of infidelity, celebrity couples might have it harder than most. Enter: Couples Therapy. Like Celebrity Rehab before it, VH1's newest reality show successfully capitalizes on the struggles of celebrities* — but rather than battling drug addiction, these patients are battling their significant others.
Cast members include rapper DMX and his ex-wife Tashera Simmons, Linda Hogan (Hogan Knows Best) and boyfriend Charlie Hill, Angelina Pivarnick (Jersey Shore) and...
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino
Jersey Shore's Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino has reportedly checked into rehab for substance abuse, TMZ.com reports.
The MTV reality star...
The cast of the Jersey Shore will return to Seaside Heights, N.J. this summer to begin filming the show's sixth season, MTV announced Monday.