The USA MTV schedule – mtv.com – has been taking a battering of late.
On February 4th, Made in Staten Island episode 4 failed to air. More than a month later and we are starting waiting to see the next instalment of the brand new series, with no word from MTV on what is going on.
Is Made in Staten Island on tonight? Has the show been canceled? Or is it simply jumping ship to a new TV network?
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Is Made in Staten Island on Tonight?
The USA MTV schedule for tonight (Monday, March 11th) does not include Made in Staten Island.
Instead, Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club will air.
This means that Made in Staten Island season 1 episode 4 is still ‘missing’.
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Has Made in Staten Island Been Cancelled?
So far, MTV have declined to comment on whether the series has been canceled.
However, many cast members have spoken out to say that it has not been canceled.
Taylor O’Toole answered to fans on Instagram saying: “The show was taken down to relocate it for a different time for different reasons.”
Other cast members have sent out to Tweets to say that the show will go on.
Could Made in Staten Island Switch Networks?
Although there has been absolutely zero information about the series since it was pulled off the air, it wouldn’t be the biggest shock to see Made in Staten Island pop up elsewhere.
An obvious new home for Made in Staten Island would be VH1.
Karen Gravano is the executive producer on the show and leading cast member Karina Seabrook’s mom, as well as a former castmate on VH1’s Mob Wives.
Clearly, she has some good network ties to VH1. Not only this but both channels are owned by the same media company, Viacom.
From what we can gather from our sources, Made in Staten Island has not been cancelled.
However, the series is not on the MTV schedule before March 25th.
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