Photo courtesy of MTV.
"Floribama Shore" debuted its first trailer Nov. 8, in promotion of the new "Jersey Shore" spin-off.
Cabs are here! Well, they’re back anyway. MTV has officially announced a reboot of “Jersey Shore.”
While it sounds enticing, don’t set the bar too high —none of the original cast members will be making an appearance.
Now taking place in Panama City Beach, Fla. rather than the original show’s Seaside Heights, N.J., the drunken debauchery and pure entertainment that occurred on the boardwalk of the New Jersey Shore will be something “Floribama Shore” will need to live up to in order to satisfy the cult-following fans.
The new “Floribama” season was filmed this past summer and will debut eight new cast members, all primarily from Alabama or Florida (“Floribama,” get it?).
Fans of the beloved “Jersey Shore” are voicing their opinions all over social media in regards to the new cast, new location and overall remake of the show.
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino rallied together with the upset fans and tweeted, “You heard the People @MTV, Just bring back the real #JerseyShore RT if you agree.”
“The Situation” isn’t the only Jersey Shore cast member that would like to be a part of another “Jersey Shore” season.
In an interview with “The Insider” this past August, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi said, “We [the cast] definitely would like to do another season, and I feel like the fans would want it too… If an opportunity comes around we’re going to jump for a season.”
Will GTL still be a staple or will this new cast have their own signature gym, tanning and laundry routines? We’ll have to hope they can hold a candle to the adventures of Snooki and the crew. The new show airs Monday, Nov. 27 at 10 p.m. central time.
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