Jersey Shore (MTV) -- Season premiere.
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Great news for all the tan sluts and gorilla juiceheads out there: MTV has not only set a premiere date for the Florence-set fourth season of "Jersey Shore" (August 4th), it has also greenlit the inevitable 5th season, which will be filmed this summer in Seaside Heights.
This was inevitable: MTV has greenlit two "Jersey Shore" spin-offs: one starring DJ Pauly D, the other JWoww and Snooki.
Whether you're a fan of the smash-hit series Jersey Shore or not, it never hurts to get some insight as to what these "juice-head muscle gorillas" are making per episode -- but a stern warning must be issued: the amount of money they are making to publicly humiliate themselves is astoundingly much more than what you or I make in a given year.
Well folks, I think this is the video that finally ends my on-again, off-again love affair with "Jersey Shore.
Jenni Farley, better known as JWoww on "Jersey Shore," made an appearance on TNA Impact, collecting a reported $15,000 for a brief showdown with a Snooki lookalike.
You don't need to watch "Jersey Shore" to appreciate JWoww and the handiwork of Rich over at fourfour.
Jenni Farley (AKA JWoww from "Jersey Shore" AKA "the one with the big fake cans") debuted her new fashion line in Las Vegas this weekend, and it is precisely everything you would expect from someone who dresses like this.
I loved the first season of "Jersey Shore," but I loved it the way I enjoy war movies or going to see monkeys at the zoo: I don't actually want to be IN that environment.
MTV scored a hit with "Jersey Shore" when it took the formula for "The Real World" (young people living together and being irresponsible) and made every person in the house an embodiment of the same stereotype.
GUIDOS NOT WELCOME -- If it seems that a lot of places in Miami are banning "Jersey Shore" from filming there, it's probably because the contract is positively ridiculous.
Two members of the "Jersey Shore" cast have gotten a book deal.