You’re killin’ me, MTV. We finally got through the endless monotony of Season 4 of “Jersey Shore,” and already Season 5 is waiting in the wings, ready to detail the Guidos’ of this past summer in Seaside Heights. Thankfully, the next season doesn’t kick off until early 2012, so this should be the last 3:30 of “Jersey Shore” you watch for another two months or so.
However, this clip of the continuing apocalypse comes with a silver lining: for the first time ever, ratings were down for a “Jersey Shore” finale.
Gasp you should. Italy was crazy dull, yo.
Shore delivered 6.6 million viewers for its season 4 finale, down 13 percent from season 3′s closer. That downturn is despite the season launching higher than ever, with a spectacular 8.8 million blowout that was MTV’s most-watched series premiere ever. So far Shore finales have clocked 4.8 million for season one, 6.1 million for season two, 7.6 million for season three and, now, reversing down to 6.6 million. [Inside TV]
More like “Jersey BORE!” Ha ha, total burn.