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MTV’S Hit Reality Show Geordie Shore Heads Down Under


MTV’S Hit Reality Show Geordie Shore Heads Down Under

Season 6 To Film On Australian Shores

Geordie Shore Season 5 premieres tonight on MTV Sky Channel 014

Tuesday 26 February at 8:30PM

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Auckland, New Zealand, Tuesday 26 February, 2013: MTV Australia & New Zealand today announced that smash hit reality TV series, Geordie Shore, is set to head down under to film Season 6 on Australian shores this year. This announcement is made ahead of the Geordie Shore Season 5 premiere on MTV, SKY Channel 014, tonight at 8:30pm.

In a world first, the famous hit show will bring the cast down under to ‘tash on’, ‘get mortal’, ‘bosh’, ‘hook up with worldies’ and ‘get on it till we vomit’ like only the Geordie’s can.

“Filming down under is going to be amazing! Just like filming in Newcastle but with a constant tan and a load of SHRIMPS!” said Charlotte-Letitia Crosby.

Vicky Pattison agrees, “I’m so excited to be hitting Australia with the rest of the cast of Geordie Shore! No doubt we will cause some mayhem down under and show the Aussies just how to party!!”

MTV’s Geordie Shore is the most successful and highest rating television series in MTV UK history and the number one show on MTV in Australia & New Zealand. Named one of the top three most social brands on Twitter in the UK in 2012, Geordie Shore is one of MTV’s most social brands across Europe, Australia and New Zealand and trends worldwide, weekly on twitter during premiere episodes.

Audiences can get a taste of what to expect when the cast hit our shores by tuning in to the premiere of Geordie Shore Season 5 tonight at 8:30pm. Season 5 sees the beloved Geordie Shore cast return to screens for another season of debauchery and fun times. To add to their already outlandish antics, this season the cast travel far and wide to work for Boss Anna’s new business; and what better for them to do as a job than be reps at Stag and Hen parties.


Geordie Shore Season 5 premieres tonight on MTV Sky Channel 014

Tuesday 26 February at 8:30PM

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