OK so was this unexpected or not? MTV has canceled it’s hugely popular Jersey Shore with the final season six set to begin on the network on October 4th.
Oh no! It’s the end of Snooki and JWOWW! No more of The Situation or any scenes of drunken, partying or vomiting on television that has created a complete new culture for young people who want to remain unemployed or financing the college careers for the children of lawyers who advertise for DUI’s on The Maury Povich Show.
Jenni “JWOWW” Farley and Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi
Yes Jersey Shore is over. Jersey Shore has been officially canceled by MTV. Jersey Shore still sits atop every other program on MTV as far as viewers is concerned which at one point reach 9 million people who tuned in to watch the mess. Jersey Shore.
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino
Too bad Chris Christie could not have made the announcement during the Republican convention. The New Jersey Governor has been waiting for this day as his own personal brand. But fear not Chris Christie. Snooki & JWOWW really is Snooki & JWOWW as that spinoff show enters in to its second season.
Here we go. More Snooki in the news and all over the world wide web today as Snooki Polizzi and Jionni LaValle became Mom and Dad early this morning bringing in Lorenzo Dominic LaValle is the new kid on the block for the reality couple.
The Snooki “Baby Bump” is Over
Yes the baby bump days have ended. It’s now time for Snooki and Jionni to be like a lot of new Moms and Dads as they will be changing dirty diapers and getting no sleep, essentially ending the party for the Jersey Shore peeps and really having to be parents.
In typical Italian style fashion, a rep for Snooki said “The world just got another Guido” in the coming of Lorenzo Dominic LaValle. Snooki Tweeted “I had my little man last night, healthy at 6 pounds! HE’S MY WORLD!”
Apparently Jionni was not in view of the delivery with Snooki when she dropped baby Lorenzo. In a previous interview Snooki said she did not want him there when she delivered because “he’ll never touch me again,” which is probably the words most expectant fathers use when watching all hell come out of their baby’s mama.
OK so let me start off by saying that this is one guys are gonna want to take a look at because who doesn’t want six pack abs? No matter what age the male, unless you have the opportunity to spend most of your daytime hours at 24 Hour Fitness, that belly fat finds its way to your frame at some point in your life.
We have the solution! We have the solution!
Mike Sorrentino from MTV's 'Jersey Shore'
Six Pack Abs from Dr. Harry Mentz. Who is about to make a mint by having at this point over 125,000 people view this video of how he has a surgical procedure to give any man six pack abs.
I first saw this one today on Inside Edition during a segment I was watching on KCAL9 Los Angeles. And this is for real. Just watch the video and blame it on Jersey Shore cast member Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino who is walking around and showing off his six pack abs essentially making it impossible to date young women with limited brainpower who can only name Jersey Shore if you ask them to name the Sunday morning news program on NBC.
It’s Meet The Press!!! Meet The Press!!!
So now guys are gonna be lined up for this surgery and I gotta say this looks pretty interesting to the point where this could be the next big thing for men since the creation of Viagra.
What’s going on here? Remember us old school TV watchers, back in the day when our parents called the television The Idiot Box. “Stop watching that idiot box,” they’d say and we’d have to turn off the television set and go outside and play. Yeah it was tough back then if you really like TV like I did but there were only three channels plus a public station back then so going out to play was also always on the schedule.
Now these kids watch TV all day, right? Jersey Shore watch out. Kids between 12 and 17 years of age are watching less and less television according to a Nielsen report. The average American watches a little over 34 hours of television every week while kids between the mentioned age group only turn on a bit more than 23 hours a week. That’s a huge difference.
But these kids are not headed to the library, picking up a copy of War and Peace to read or The Art of War from the philosopher Sun Tzu.
They are watching 7 hours plus of content on their mobile devices while the rest of us only view a little over four hours. So that’s where that age group (12-17) are getting most of their information. And ad agencies “peep this” as the kids would say. More than half of those kid users say they “always” or “sometimes” watch the ads that are presented to them on their mobile devices.
Now here’s one for you advertisers as well. You wanna reach this age group via social networking sites because 78% of them visit those properties at least once during a given month. While they only make up 7% of those on social networking sites. That’s amazing, but when you think about it they can’t drive so the Facebook it is.
Why are they losing their HDTV’s in favor of mobile? Texting. The 12 to 17 year old age group send 3,364 texts a month. Dang! By comparison the 18 to 24 year old age group send only 1,640 texts.
Clearly the younger age group is definitely turning off that idiot box.
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First let me say that I’ve trashed this show as trash television many times before. I don’t like any show that seems to make reality out of punching women in the face and then calling it entertainment.
And I’m about to watch an episode of ‘are you my baby daddy’ episode of ‘Maury’ featuring women little girls named Nevaeh. Oh, that Heaven spelled backwards.
With that editorial comment aside the fact that this show was part of last Sunday’s morning news program ‘This Week’ on ABC must prove a couple of things.
I have no clue what the hell I’m talking about.
We will welcome Christiane Amanpour’s entry as host of the long running Sunday morning show because when ‘This Week’ and host Jake Tapper consider ‘Jersey Shore’ a burning news topic to bring up, the lines are simply, 100% blurred when trying to separate news from entertainment.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie called ‘Jersey Shore’ “negative” for the state. “A bunch of New Yorkers,” he calls them which means that if he runs for President he won’t win that state cause they will use that sound bite forever.
Snooki and Friends from 'Jersey Shore'
Here’s the real rub. There are probably only 4 people watching ‘This Week’ on ABC that have ever heard of ‘Jersey Shore’ let alone watched an episode. Ya see people in the TV business don’t get it. Why talk about a show your audience could care less about? Ask Snooki if she ever heard of ‘This Week’ and she might reply back, “didn’t they drop a new CD that they played at the club Saturday night?”
In the meantime, the cast of ‘Jersey Shore’ got some big raises for the new season. Snooki, The Situation, JWoWW and my boy Pauly D look to get the big bucks while MTV could care less about the other New Yorkers part of ‘Jersey Shore.’
And by the way Shore is pronounced “Suuuuurrr” if you ever met anyone from Joisey!