MTV to air ‘True Life: I’m Occupying Wall Street’
Last week we reported that MTV put out an ad on Craigslist looking for passionate young people part of Occupy Wall Street for the upcoming season of the Real World.
As it turns out, it seems like MTV is trying jump on the Occupy Wall Street bandwagon much faster than that.
On November 5, MTV will be airing “True Life: I’m Occupying Wall Street.”
The episode will follow 23-year-old Bryan who is “one of the leaders of the sanitation team.”
The episode was filmed during the sanitation showdown on Oct. 13 when Zuccotti Park was scheduled to be cleaned.
The preview of the episode (which we’ve attached below) is set up as a countdown to the cleaning deadline.
As we all know, since this happened several weeks ago, the cleaning was cancelled, though many people were arrested.
The clip MTV released doesn’t provide us with anything that new. We’ve already seen people sleeping in tents and the General Assembly human microphone system they use. We’d be more into having MTV follow the dude who, according to New York Times Magazine, claimed to have lost his virginity at Zuccotti Park. Now that’s an MTV show we’d like to see (but who are we kidding, we’ll probably watch still tune in on Nov. 5).
How about you?
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