Having sent the cast of "Jersey Shore" to occupy Florence, MTV is now turning its cameras to the much more serious occupation of Wall Street.
The network, which recently put out a casting call for a reality show based on the protests in downtown Manhattan, has announced that "True Life: I'm Occupying Wall Street" will debut on Saturday, November 5th. A press release reveals that the episode of the iconic series will follow Bryan, a prominent member of the movement, and Kait and Caitlin, two college students involved in the protests.
MTV also put out a five minute clip of the episode, which features Bryan and fellow Occupiers worrying about eviction and cleaning Zuccotti Park in advance of the planned city sweep of the property, which was canceled in light of push back and self-sanitation efforts.
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