Friday, March 25, 2011

"Jersey Shore" Season 4 Shoot In Italy,Pics & Video

MTV’s hit show “Jersey Shore” can rejoice in the possibility that they won’t have to see the cast filming invading their hometown’s any time soon. According to a report from TMZ, the cast will be heading overseas for season 4, which will reportedly be shot in Italy.

MTV confirmed this report, and is already scouting locations in Italy, similar to the way they did it in Miami for Season 2, to find the right locales.

Two months ago, Shore executives began working on getting visas for the cast and crew. No word if Snooki's arrest record will prohibit her entry.

Entertainment Weekly reports, “According to the press release, the cast is “excited to trade gorillas for Italian stallions,” which is really offensive, unless you actually picture a society where gorillas and stallions are an important part of the economy.

Kids, this is crazy, crazy, crazy! I can’t contain myself. This is the best news I’ve heard since I stopped caring about the future of humanity.Snooki and The Situation are going to Italy for "Jersey Shore" season four.

MTV has unsurprisingly renewed the reality show - the channel's highest-rated series ever in its target demographic of 12-34 year-olds - for a fourth season. And after setting part of the second season in Miami, season four will begin filming in Italy sometime this spring.

Per MTV's official press release: "Poised to get their G.T.L. on abroad, ready to drop in on Vinny’s family for a famous Guadagnino dinner and excited to trade gorillas for Italian stallions, this wacky and dysfunctional family is about to turn “the beautiful country”

"Jersey Shore" is doing so well for MTV that it actually beats all the broadcast network shows in its Thursday timeslot, not only among the MTV target demo, but the broadcasters' 18-49 year-old demo.

Its most recent episode on Jan. 20 was MTV's most-watched series telecast ever, with 8.9 million total viewers.

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