Everyone was pretty disappointed when they found out MTV was revamping “Jersey Shore” with an entirely new cast and location. Floribama Shore aired on the network and fans are feeling pretty “meh” about the new show. There’s nothing like the original cast and crew from Jersey Shore – nothing. From Pauly D’s spiky hair to Mike being super creepy in the club, fans miss the good old trashy drama only the originals can provide. Who can top Snooki shaking her booty with Deena while forgetting to wear underwear? Certainly not these newbies. And, fans have been begging for the original Jersey Shore to come back on, as they’ve taken to Hulu to watch repeats of the old seasons.
But, last night during the new episode of Floribama Shore, MTV announced that they are officially bringing back the original cast of the Jersey Shore for a brand new season.
— Jersey Shore (@JerseyShoreMTV) November 28, 2017
That’s right – in 2018, MTV is bringing back the original cast with Deena Nicole Cortese, Paul “Pauly D” Delvecchio,” Jenni “JWOWW” Farley, Vinny Guadagnino, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino. Sammi, however, is not going to be involved in this season. So, it leads us to believe that the “RAHNNN STOP” drama is still ongoing (why else would she bail out on this?) After the message aired on TV, the OG cast took to Twitter and Instagram to announce it’s actually happening.
— Mike The Situation (@ItsTheSituation) November 28, 2017
— Nicole Polizzi (@snooki) November 28, 2017
— Ronnie Magro (@RealRonnieMagro) November 28, 2017
So much winning ! https://t.co/sUXoxDNn2B
— Vinny Guadagnino (@VINNYGUADAGNINO) November 28, 2017
— Deena Nicole Cortese (@DeenaNicoleMTV) November 28, 2017
If you’re wondering how or why this happened – it’s pretty simple: fans. Fans have been begging for years for MTV to revamp Jersey Shore. Seriously, while we may look back on the show and laugh at the stupidity, it’s a classic for its time. Guidos and Guidettes really looked that way (and behaved that way) in the era of MySpace and whatnot. Why not revamp the show everyone was (embarrassingly) obsessed over? After the announcement, fans ran wild on Twitter with excitement.