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Dec 10, 2012

BUCKWILD (2013) TV Show Trailer: MTV West Virginia Reality TV Series

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Buckwild Trailer. MTV‘s Buckwild (2013) TV show trailer is a new reality TV series set in Sissonville,West Virgina. Buckwild plot synopsis: “‘BUCKWILD’ is a new series following a group of nine young, carefree and adventurous friends living in West Virginia…Having known each other for years, the young people in the series are united by the deep pride they have for small-town American life, in which they find unique ways to create their own fun. From transforming a dump truck into a pool party to building a human sling shot, they live their lives loud and proud without restrictions. Beyond dating, friendship, and their love of mudding, the bond they share with family and friends is always at the core for this fun-loving group. “

This new MTV show seems to have elements of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo. I do not know if that is a good thing or a bad thing. Virginia Senator Jo Manchin thinks it is a bad thing. “In a letter to MTV President Stephen Friedman, Manchin wrote that he was “repulsed” by the show, which, according to MTV,  chronicles the ‘colorful antics of a group of friends just out of high school in rural West Virginia’ and has already been referred to as ‘the Jersey Shore of Appalachia.’

More on Buckwild‘s behind-the-scenes people:

“BUCKWILD” is executive produced by John Stevens and Barry Poznick from Zoo Productions, and J.P. Williams from Parallel Entertainment. Lauren Dolgen and Colin Nash serve as the Executives for MTV. Michelle Klepper is the Production Executive and Jessica Zalkind is the Talent Executive for the network. Adam Paul also serves as an Executive Producer.

Watch the Buckwild movie trailer and leave your thoughts on it in the comments section below. For more Buckwild news, articles, and photos, visit our Buckwild Page, subscribe to us by Email, follow us on Twitter or on Facebook. Buckwild “debuts January 3, 2013 at 10 p.m., and MTV will be airing two half-hour episodes back-to-back each week for six weeks”.

Source: Vulture, Clickorlando