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The Buried Life Is Six-Feet Under!

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Whomp, whomp!

Guess it just couldn't compete with all the fist-pumping over at the Jersey Shore. Then again, who can really?

MTV has decided to cancel their reality show The Buried Life, which followed a group of pretty awesome guys as they completed a list of "100 things to do before you die."

However, while the show no longer has a life on network's primetime lineup, there is still hope that it will go on in shows online or even a new, reformatted series down the road.

Maybe saving your show from obscurity should get put on the list! Here's hoping!

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5 comments to “The Buried Life Is Six-Feet Under!”

  1. 1

    Ummmmm, perhaps it had something to do with the fact that they were completely irritating and annoying guys.

  2. 2

    This makes me sad! I really liked this show. Unlike the previous comment, I found this group of guys to be completely endearing, and so much more mature than the people that are on most of the shows on MTV currently.

  3. 3

    This is sad….MTV Had a show that taught people some values and how to help others and they would rather keep the people on tv that make themselves look stupid and teach people how to fist pump and have sex with 50 different people! children watch that channel, it's no wonder the youth of today are disrespectful, getting pregnant at 16 or younger, and have issues! Very sad!

  4. 4

    Buried Life and World of Jenks were some of the better shows MTV had recently. Such a shame they didn't want to return it. Buried Life showed people you can have fun without dumbing yourself down like Jersey Shore & still contribute to society.

  5. 5

    Damn… this was actually a good show! It was worth something!