So, the producer of BUCKWILD isn't going to give up without a fight, is he? After the tragic death of Shain Gandee, MTV pulled the plug on filming the second season. Producer J.P. Williams wasn't happy with network's decision, and his comments about Teen Mom didn't sit well with Jenelle Evans since she's such a pillar of the responsibility.
J.P. Williams is determined that this show has the recipe for success, regardless of what crazy kids they get to star in it. He doesn't need West Virginia, and he certainly doesn't need MTV. BUCKWILD 2.0 will happen, y'all–especially if J.P. Williams has anything to say about it!
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Forget about dump truck swimming pools, think Palin family cameos! According to TMZ, Williams is planning on two new versions of BUCKWILD, and the wheels are already in motion.
Williams, who is from Parallel Entertainment, tells the site that he and his company are already searching for the next cast. Scouts have traveled to Texas and Alaska in hopes of jump starting two editions of show. Maybe Bristol should move back to her home state for another shot at reality stardom…
The producer plans on renaming the show and shopping it to several different networks. He doesn't seem to think it will be a problem to find a home for the revamped show. After all, BUCKWILD was MTV's third highest ranked show when it aired on the network. The way TLC's programming is going, I'll be it will be all over this one!
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