MTV is happy.

“Jersey Shore,” a show about non-Italians who pretend to be Italian so that they can make fun of Italians, has set a new series record and is now one of the top three cable shows of 2010 among people ages 12-34.

The third episode of season three delivered a rating of 5.3 and brought in 5.5 million total viewers, making it the top overall cable episode watched among that demographic.

And for three weeks in a row, “Jersey Shore” has been Thursdays No. 1 telecast of the day among those 12-34 people.

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John Guilfoil is the editor-in-chief of Blast: Boston's Online Magazine and the Blast Magazine Network. He can be reached at [email protected]. Tweet @johnguilfoil.

One Response

  1. sheilla

    AWESOME, I hope they’ll make a hell lot of more seasons cause I seriously love watching Jersey Shore, I don’t feel embarassed to say it.
    And I hope MTV gives them more money too, they deserve it way more than the useless cast of The Hills.


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