'Floribama Shore' Season 3 Gets November Premiere Date at MTV (Exclusive)

Reality show helped MTV finish fiscal 2018 as the top non-sports cable channel among the youngest adults for the first time in eight years

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We’re not in Floribama anymore.

MTV’s “Floribama Shore” is moving further down the Florida coast from its Panama City home to St. Petersburg for Season 3, adding a new cast member along the way.

“Party Down South” star Mattie Lynn Breaux will join original castmates Jeremiah Buoni, Codi Butts, Kortni Gilson, Aimee Hall, Kirk Medas, Nilsa Prowant, Candace Rice and Gus Smyrnios to party even further down south on the “Jersey Shore” spinoff when the show returns on Thursday, Nov. 14.

Here’s MTV’s full description for the new season:

As the roommates come together for their third summer, relationships come to a crossroads and even the most solid friendships are put to the test. Gus is off the market, but his past with Nilsa threatens his resolve to stay faithful to his new girlfriend. Candace faces her feelings about Codi, and Aimee and Kortni have to navigate long-distance relationships. But the rockiest relationship this season is a busted bromance and the repercussions shake the entire house.

“Floribama Shore” has been a reliable performer for MTV across its first two seasons, currently ranking among the top 10 unscripted cable programs among young adults alongside “Teen Mom 2,” “Jersey Shore Family Vacation,” “Teen Mom OG” and “The Challenge.”

Overall, MTV just finished the fiscal year 2018 as the top non-sports cable network among adults 18-34 for the first time in eight years, and just marked its fourth consecutive year of ratings growth.

“Floribama Shore” is produced by MTV, SallyAnn Salsano and 495 Productions.

17 New Fall TV Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers: From 'Batwoman' to 'Prodigal Son' (Photos)

  • Broadcast is back in session: Fall TV a.k.a. the kickoff to the traditional September-to-May season, began last month with CBS, NBC, Fox, ABC and The CW starting to premiere fresh seasons of their returning shows and debuting new series. To date, 17 new fall programs have premiered on the broadcast networks and we’ve got each of their starts charted by total viewers below. Find our summer version of these rankings here and the midseason list here.

    The CW/Fox/NBC/ABC

  • Rank: 17        Show: “Nancy Drew”    Net: The CW    Total Viewers: 1.174 million

    The CW

  • Rank: 16        Show: “Sunnyside”    Net: NBC    Total Viewers: 1.794 million

    NBC

  • Rank: 15        Show: “Batwoman”    Net: The CW    Total Viewers: 1.799 million

    The CW

  • Rank: 14        Show: “Bless the Harts”    Net: Fox    Total Viewers: 1.808 million

    Fox

  • Rank: 13        Show: “Perfect Harmony”    Net: NBC    Total Viewers: 2.601 million

    NBC

  • Rank: 12        Show: “Almost Family”    Net: Fox    Total Viewers: 2.951 million

    Fox

  • Rank: 11        Show: “Mixed-ish”    Net: ABC    Total Viewers: 4.009 million

    ABC

  • Rank: 10       Show: “Emergence”    Net: ABC    Total Viewers: 4.111 million

    ABC

  • Rank: 9        Show: “Prodigal Son”    Net: Fox    Total Viewers: 4.180 million

    Fox

  • Rank: 8        Show: “Stumptown”    Net: ABC    Total Viewers: 4.534 million

    ABC

  • Rank: 7        Show: “Evil”    Net: CBS    Total Viewers: 4.618 million

    CBS

  • Rank: 6        Show: “Bluff City Law”    Net: NBC    Total Viewers: 4.727 million

    NBC

  • Rank: 5        Show: “Kids Say the Darndest Things”    Net: ABC    Total Viewers: 5.399 million

    ABC

  • Rank: 4        Show: “Bob Hearts Abishola”   Net: CBS    Total Viewers: 5.876 million

    CBS

  • Rank: 3        Show: “Carol’s Second Act”    Net: CBS    Total Viewers: 5.965 million

    CBS

  • Rank: 2        Show: “All Rise”    Net: CBS    Total Viewers: 6.006 million

    CBS

  • Rank: 1        Show: “The Unicorn”    Net: CBS    Total Viewers: 6.007 million

    CBS

Ratings are “Mixed-ish”

Broadcast is back in session: Fall TV a.k.a. the kickoff to the traditional September-to-May season, began last month with CBS, NBC, Fox, ABC and The CW starting to premiere fresh seasons of their returning shows and debuting new series. To date, 17 new fall programs have premiered on the broadcast networks and we’ve got each of their starts charted by total viewers below. Find our summer version of these rankings here and the midseason list here.

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