The 'Jersey Shore' spin-off is renewed at the same time as hidden-camera series 'Money From Strangers'.
Snooki and BFF JWoww will be back for another round of fun and partying. MTV announced on Friday, August 3 during TCA that the "Jersey Shore" girls' reality show "Snooki & JWoww" has been renewed for a second season.
"Snooki & JWoww" premiered to 2.4 million viewers in June. The number is considerably low compared to its original series, "Jersey Shore", which raked in 7.6 million viewers this year, as well as fellow spin-off "The Pauly D Project", which took 2.9 million viewers on its March debut.
During the occasion, MTV also set the premiere date of "Jersey Shore" season 6 to October 4. The network also gives renewal to a hidden-camera series "Money From Strangers" for a second season. "MTV has been a beacon for each young generation throughout its history, and this millennial generation is no different," MTV head of programming David Janollari said.
"Our distinctive blend of reality and scripted shows gives voice to the excitement and possibilities that frame their everyday lives. We strive to reflect their hopes, dreams and struggles, with a mix of humor, authentic voices and engaging stories that you can't find anywhere else on TV."