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Final Season of Jersy Shore

MTV ANNOUNCES THE FINAL SEASON OF POP CULTURE PHENOMENON “JERSEY SHORE,”WITH SEASON SIX MARKING THE FINAL SUMMER IN SEASIDE

JERSEY SHORE SEASON 6 PREMIERES ON MTV NEW ZEALAND WEDNESDAY
OCTOBER 24, 9:30PM

Cast Will Give Interviews LIVE from the “2012 MTV Video Music Awards Pre-Show” Red Carpet at 9:00AM

Tweet It: Bye @MTV Jerzdays! #JerseyShore S6 will be the last! Season 6 premieres
October 24 at 9:30pm

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND, FRIDAY 31 AUGUST – Although the party will never be over, summers at the “Shore” are officially coming to a close. MTV today announced that Season Six of “Jersey Shore,” premiering on Wednesday 24 October at 9:30 p.m., will mark the FINAL SEASON of the pop culture phenomenon.

Jersey Shore” is MTV’s highest rated series ever in the network’s history and has achieved television domination. The fan fascination with the series led to a a burgeoning franchise that to date includes, the domestic spinoff series “The Pauly D Project” and “Snooki & JWOWW,” the latter of which will premiere on MTV Wednesday 19 September at 9:00PM.

Jersey Shore” has been one of MTV’s top performing series across all of the network’s international markets and within its target audience of youth viewers 12-24, performing particularly well in Australia, Denmark, Singapore, Spain, Mexico, the UK, Poland, Ireland, Belgium and Sweden. "Jersey Shore" has inspired two international versions for MTV, further expanding the franchise: "Geordie Shore" in the UK is the #1 show in MTV UK history and will air its fourth season later this year, and “Gandia Shore” in Spain is currently in production filming season one.
Jersey Shore Season 6 – Premieres Wednesday 24 October, 9:30PM
Snooki & JWoww – Premieres Wednesday 19 September at 9:00PM


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