MTV's so-called Jersey Shore replacement, Buckwild, seems to be here to stay. According to Deadline, the network has just picked up the reality show - which follows a group of self-professed rednecks living in a small West Virginia town - for a second season. As far as ratings go, the show isn't pulling in anywhere near the high, nearly double-digit numbers that Jersey Shore was at its peak, but it's averaging about a solid 3 million per week. 

The first season finale of Buckwild will air tomorrow on MTV.

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[via Deadline]

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