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MTV Cancels 'Buckwild' One Week After Shain Gandee's Death

MTV Cancels 'Buckwild' One Week After Shain Gandee's Death

MTV has cancelled Buckwild after the sudden death of cast member Shain Gandee last Monday (April 1), MTV has confirmed.

“We felt it was not appropriate to continue without him. Instead, we are working on a meaningful way to pay tribute to his memory on our air and privately,” the statement read.

Buckwild was in the middle of filming its second season, though those episodes are not expected to air.

A special tribute to Shain is set to air this Sunday at 8pm EST to commemorate his life.

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3 Responses to “MTV Cancels 'Buckwild' One Week After Shain Gandee's Death”

  1. 1
    Voldemort Says:

    Good :) could care less about Shain

  2. 2
    Malena1977 Says:

    Thats mean. You are obviously a child to post something that cruel.

  3. 3
    Meh Says:

    @Malena1977: Agreed. @Voldemort: It’s cruel to right something like that. What if it were your sister or brother?

    While I am no fan of the show or the people on it. The deaths that occurred are a tragedy. Especially, those that were so young and just starting to grow up.

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