Jersey Shore is (kind of) coming back to MTV and we can't cope
Get the gym, tan and laundry ready.
MTV is returning to the Shore - just not in Jersey.
The network announced on Monday that there were reviving the Jersey Shore format for a new series, called MTV Floribama Shore.
The eight episode series will premiere on November 27 in the United States, before airing internationally in December - and they've even replaced the iconic duck phone.
The show will be set in the Florida Panhandle along the beach that stretches to Alabama, according to a press release from MTV.
It is described as:
“[It] is the story of eight young adults who come to spend the summer in the hottest beach town on the Gulf Coast, Panama City Beach, to party it up and put the real world on hold for just a little bit longer.
“But each is armed with incredible life experiences and standing at a crossroads, whether it’s ending a relationship, tasting independence for the first time, or trying to escape the past.
“This coming of age story captures the very real thrill and angst of being young and trying to figure out the future with a group of people you’ll come to call family.”
The cast members are:
Jeremiah Buoni: 22, Amelia Island, FL
Codi Butts: 25, Westminster, SC
Kortni Gilson: 21, Panama City Beach, FL
Aimee Hall: 24, Perdido, AL
Kirk Medas: 25, Atlanta, GA
Nilsa Prowant: 23, Panama City Beach, FL
Candace Rice: 24, Memphis, TN
Gus Smyrnios: 22, Tallahassee, FL
Images via MTV.