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The Buried Life: MTV TV Show Renewed for Season Two

The Buried LifeMTV certainly “digs” The Buried Life. The four stars of the reality series announced on The Oprah Winfrey Show that MTV is renewing the series for a second season that will air later this year.

Noah Oppenheim, Head of Development at Reveille Productions, stated, “We’re thrilled they’ll be bringing their adventures and their message back to MTV for another season.”

The Buried Life premiered on the cable channel this past January 18th. It stars four friends — Ben Nemtin, Dave Lingwood, and brothers Duncan and Jonnie Penn — as they travel across North America completing their “bucket list,” or the 100 things they want to do before they die. Every time they cross something off their own lists, they also help a stranger accomplish one of their goals. They challenge each individual they meet to create their own list of things to be accomplished, asking them “What do YOU want to do before you die?”

Four years ago, the friends didn’t see a great future ahead for their generation and started making a list of the things they wanted out of life. The idea came from the Matthew Arnold poem, The Buried Life, which suggests that we become so tied down in our day-to-day lives that we become buried. Since they began their efforts, more than a half million people in over 200 countries have responded.

MTV is promising even more twists when The Buried Life comes back for season two. During the first season, the four friends delivered a baby, reunited family members that hadn’t spoken in seventeen years, and crashed a Playboy Mansion party. They even played basketball at the White House with President Obama, as they crossed #95 off their list. It should be noted that MTV doesn’t help the four friends complete their items. They rely on each other and assistance from the people they meet on the road.

 

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George Vreeland Hill July 15, 2011 at 5:59 pm

Cool show.

George Vreeland Hill

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Elena September 3, 2010 at 8:43 pm

This show inspires….and if you don’t like it, don’t watch it.

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Perfect Person! May 3, 2010 at 8:25 am

Pure Garbage!!!
More reality poo poo to put it nicely.
Of course what can we expect from the loser network MTV!
Their music $uck$ so they are grasping at straws to survive.
Die MTV die!

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everyyone in the World May 3, 2010 at 7:27 pm

how about you shut the heckk up perfect person
They are out there helpin people complete their life goals and your gonna bagg?? really??
How do you help me , “perfect’ person?? ohh yeahh thats right your proboblyy dont
atleast myspace is getting away from the sex and drugs and doing something helpful for the world
something that matters
Awesome showw!! i love it!!

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shye May 8, 2010 at 10:34 am

yeah that is true they r trying to make his world better and happier by helping people just because u dont like it doesnt mean other people dont

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LOVE THE BURIED LIFE September 16, 2010 at 7:06 pm

I shall bow down to you…..yer the savior to the buried life…..LOVE THE SHOW!

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Zane September 8, 2010 at 6:19 am

Well, just from your entry we can see that you’re something of a pessimist and not a go-getter as to where your dreams are concerned.
No scene man, I’ll let you sleep while these guys continue to get up and LIVE their dreams before they die and INSPIRE others while they do it!

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