Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Snooki & Jwoww find a house for spinoff show

MTV's new reality show, 'Snooki & JWoww' will be set in Manchester Township in Ocean County

Snooki & Jwoww find a house for spinoff show

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Good news on the cultural front: Political scientist JWoww and novelist Snooki have found a home for season two of their Jersey Shore spinoff show, Snooki & JWoww.

It'll will be filmed in Manchester Township in Ocean County, located northwest of Toms River, says the Asbury Park Press.

Manchester Twp. isn't exactly known as Party Central. The Press says half the township's 43,000 residents are 65 and older.

Perhaps this is MTV's way to inject a (desperate) note of sobriety to the series which will feature in it second season a new castmember, Snooki's yet-to-be-born son, Lorenzo.

Snooki and fiancé Jionni Lavalle's firstborn is due anytime now.

The dynamic duo settled on their new location after being banned from a number of other New Jersey towns.

Manchester Mayor Michael Fressola is allowing the show to proceed, but he's not exactly jumping for joy.

“My population is not going to get excited about this. They could care less," he tells the Press. “The only expectations we have is for them to be good neighbors and obey our police department.”

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