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MTV Cancels 'The Buried Life'

It's time to bid farewell to Penelope the big purple bus: MTV has cancelled 'The Buried Life.' The make-a-difference reality documentary series scored modest ratings for the network over two seasons, and 'Entertainment Weekly' reports that MTV "hopes to continue working with the team in another format." It's possible 'The Buried Life' could live on as a digital or online series. 'The Buried Life' was developed by four friends at university in British Columbia, Canada. Originally a feature-length documentary, they developed it with MTV as an inspirational TV series that could serve as an antidote to 'Jersey Shore' and official superficial reality programming on the network. Basically a cross between the concepts explored in 'Pay it Forward' and 'The Bucket List,' the show's website describes the concept behind 'The Buried Life' as "Do cool sh*t and Help People. Four regular guys on a mission to complete a list of 100 things to do before you die and to help and encourage others to go after their lists." //www.aoltv.com/2011/10/26/mtv-cancels-the-buried-life/

MTV's THE BURIED LIFE "Tell A Joke On Late Night TV" - Preview

THE BURIED LIFE is a show on MTV that follows four young men, Duncan, Ben, Jonnie and Dave, on a mission to complete a list of things they want to do before they die. They set out with a list of 100 dreams: everything from kissing Megan Fox to giving a toast at a stranger's wedding to giving away a million dollars to falling in love. But they also make a promise to themselves. For every goal they achieve on their list, they will help a stranger do something on theirs. On Monday's, March 1st, new episode, the guys will try to cross off number 18 from their list - "tell a joke on late night television." While there they also help a blind man relive a childhood memory... riding a horse. The Buried Life airs Monday nights at 10pm on MTV. You can watch a clip from the new episode below. Source & Preview