MTV are driving Made in Staten Island fans crazy.

First, they pulled episode 4 from its supposed Monday night slot on February 4th. Then, they failed to bring the episode back for a following two weeks.

And, it isn’t on the MTV schedule before March 17th!

Reports have speculated that the series has been cancelled although Staten Island cast members have been quick to quash these rumours. What looks more likely is that Made in Staten Island is getting a new day and timeslot.

But when?

Made in Staten Island Cast

Made in Staten Island Cast

What Day Does Made in Staten Island Come On?

Erm, not Monday – or any time soon!

Unfortunately, we are still awaiting a comment from MTV about Made in Staten Island.

However, what we have gathered from our sources, is that the brand new series has not been cancelled after just three episodes.

Instead, it is moving time slots.

Screen Shot: Joe and Taylor O'Toole - MTV, Made in Staten Island S1E2

Screen Shot: Joe and Taylor O’Toole – MTV, Made in Staten Island S1E2

Made in Staten Island in March?

Made in Staten Island is not scheduled for any day before March 17th.

It’s unlikely that the Staten crew will get on MTV in March on Wednesday or Thursday evenings, due to the regular time slots of The Challenge and Ex on The Beach.

We can only speculate that the series will continue airing again in late March, on one of the other days (Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday).

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Screen Shot: Karina and Paulie fighting - Made in Staten Island, MTV S1E1

Screen Shot: Karina and Paulie fighting – Made in Staten Island, MTV S1E1

Why Would They Cancel Made in Staten Island?

Made in Staten Island has been surrounded by controversy ever since it first launched.

Leading star Karina Seabrook is the granddaughter of Sammy the Bull, a notorious underboss of the Gambino crime family in New York.

Other cast members, such as Taylor O’Toole, are currently on probation.

The series has received many complaints about the way it represents Staten Island, with a petition set up to have the show pulled off air by locals.

Even the Mayor of New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio, chipped in on Twitter to condemn the show.

 

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