It looks like "Snooki And JWoww" is getting a second season. The "Jersey Shore" spinoff's production company, 495 Productions, has sent a letter to Morristown, New Jersey officials requesting permission to film Season 2 in the Northern NJ town starting on August 9, Basking Ridge Patch reports.
Snooki is due to have her baby in September, and Patch reports that the letter sent to Morristown officials requests permission to film through October 14. So it stands to reason that Season 2 of "Snooki And JWOWW" will cover the late stages of her pregnancy, and run through her delivery and first few weeks of motherhood. The baby's birth could provide a jolt to the show's relatively weak ratings, which pale in comparison to the numbers "Jersey Shore" brings in.
Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty admitted to Patch that he's never seen "Jersey Shore" or "Snooki And JWoww," but seemed eager to welcome their shenanigans to Morristown. "We're a very happening town. The downtown is very vibrant," he said. "I just have to sit down with the chief, BA, council president and look at logistics, how it affects downtown, our citizens. Is it going to have a negative or positive effect? We just want to make sure it's not disruptive to our citizens."
It's been a busy summer of filming for "Snooki and JWoww." Shooting wrapped on the sixth and possibly finale season of "Jersey Shore" in early July.
Snooki did not live in the "Jersey Shore" house this season, instead she stopped by periodically to spend low-key quality time with the housemates. She will have a similar arrangement for "Snooki And JWoww" Season 2: She plans to move in with her fiance Jionni LaValle in East Hanover, NJ and film scenes for the show at Morristown's bars and restaurants.
A request for comment from MTV was not immediately returned. The network has not yet publically confirmed that "Snooki & JWOWW" has been renewed for Season 2.
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