Blue Mountain State: Spike TV Series Renewed for Season Three

Blue Mountain State third seasonGo Goats! There’s good news for fans of Blue Mountain State. The Spike TV series has been renewed for a third season of college football comedy. The cable channel has ordered another 13 installments and they’re expected to begin airing in September.

Denise Richards, who plays the wife of Coach Daniels (Ed Marinaro), will appear in eight of the 13 episodes.

Here’s the press release from Spike TV:


New York, NY, April 27, 2011 – Spike TV has picked up a third season of 13 episodes of its first original scripted comedy series, “Blue Mountain State,” it was announced today by Larry Sullivan, director of original scripted series, Spike TV. Produced by Varsity Pictures’ Brian Robbins and Sharla Sumpter Bridgett and Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), “Blue Mountain State” experienced significant ratings growth in season 2 compared to season 1, delivering a +33% increase in Men 18-34, +50% in Men 18-24, and +14% in Men 18-49.

“Blue Mountain State” follows the on and off-field antics of college football powerhouse, Blue Mountain State. Former NFL running back and veteran actor, Ed Marinaro (“Hill Street Blues”), stars as no-nonsense Coach Daniels. In season 3, Coach Daniels will have his authority challenged when the boosters force him to hire a hotshot offensive coordinator/head coach-in-waiting. Alex, played by Emmy Award(R)-winner Darin Brooks (“Blue Crush”), will have to step up in season 3 from being a fun-loving second-string to the starting QB. The cast also includes Thad, played by Alan Ritchson (“Smallville”), the team’s over-the-top team captain and Sammy, the team’s mascot, played by Romanski (“The Sarah Silverman Program”).

Denise Richards will return for a second season as Coach Daniels sexy, sharp-tongued ex-wife, Debra.

Brian Robbins and Sharla Sumpter Bridgett are executive producers. Romanski, who also stars as Sammy, and Eric Falconer (“The Sarah Silverman Program,” “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia”) also serve as executive producers and writers.

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What do you think? Are you glad to hear Blue Mountain State will return?

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  1. David says

    I’d wish a season 4 would happen…. but more than likely, it will not. I knew that this was the series’ end when Thad finally called Sammy by his name at the end of the final episode.

    Wishful thinking aside… the circumstances that the team found themselves in at the last 3 episodes… pretty much ended their football careers. No one recovers from a scandal like that. It was still a fitting end though.

  2. michael says

    I think BMS should go for a fourth year. About a year ago I had no idea that this show even existed until I found it on netflix and watched it. After the first episode I was hooked. Season one may have not brought in alot of viewers, but as the seasons keep coming more and more people are starting to hear about it and watch it. I believe if there was a fourth season the show would hit its climax, probably bringing in twice as many viewers and that is a good reason why spike should air a season 4. I’m sure that the directors can come up with something to do with Thad and the other seniors. Alex has got one more year, his senior year. They should come up with something like BMS winning the national title for real. Maybe Thad could have failed his classes and be elgible to play for another year? He isnt that bright lol.

  3. RecceR says

    Awesome news! I was getting nervous because it kind of just faded away without any news for months. Glad to see it getting another season because it’s an outrageously good time.

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