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Jersey Shore may be over, but MTV has kept the GTL spirit alive with various spinoff series. The Show With Vinny will premiere soon enough, and this week MTV announced that Snooki and JWoww's series has been renewed for a third season. Word of the series' renewal came along with the announcement of three new series being added to MTV's line-up.
Perhaps it's their popularity, or the fact that Buckwild's cancellation left MTV short one reality series, but the network has opted to hang on to the Jersey Shore spinoff Snooki & Jwoww, the series that saw the two JS stars living together and extending their BF-Friendship into its own series away from the Shore. As their lives continue to change, with Snooki being a new mom and JWoww getting engaged, there's likely more to their story that fans will want to see. And so they shall.
Among the new series are Generation Cryo, Nurse Nation and The Hook Up. Generation Cryo is a docudrama that will center on a teen who was conceived by a sperm donor and discovered that she has at least 15 half-siblings all fathered by the same man - a man none of them know. The show will follow Bree as she tasks herself with meeting all of her half-brothers and sisters and searches for her biological father.
Nurse Nation (working title) is a docu-series that follows nine twenty-something travel nurses who are assigned to work at a new hospital in a new city for 13 weeks. The show will follow them as they handle life or death situations at work and take advantage of their new surroundings in their host city on their time off.
Finally, The Hook Up (working title) is hosted by Guy Code's Andrew Schulz and is a dating show that will air in the afternoon on MTV. The show will have people looking for their match from four potential sutors based on their social media history. They'll have help from their friends in narrowing down the contestants and trying to figure who who's the real deal.
The above three unscripted series came along with the news that MTV greenlit a pilot based on the Scream films.