MTV has decided not to pick up freshman comedy The Inbetweeners for a second season. The show, which is based on a British series of the same name, received soft ratings when it debuted earlier this summer. “While we won’t be moving forward with another season of The Inbetweeners, we enjoyed working with the show’s… More »
As much as the theme of MTV’s The Inbetweeners is about the quest for the girls, there’s also the endless search for the ultimate party.
They’ve tried a nightclub, a couple house parties – one even held at Simon’s (Bubba Lewis) house by his junior high school brother. But, they may not have… More »
MTV’s The Inbetweeners haven’t had much luck in their quest to hook up with the ladies.
But, Celebuzz has the first look at the series’ new midseason trailer before MTV airs it on Monday night and things are starting to look up for the guys – if only they could keep their cool. More »
One of Britain’s funniest sitcom’s is finally hitting stateside — and heading to the silver screen.
The Inbetweeners Movie, the film based off of the series of the same name, first debuted in the UK in August 2011 and has since grossed to over $71 million. Starring Joe Thomas, Simon Bird, Blake Harrison… More »
In their constant search to get some girl action, the guys of MTV’s newest scripted entry, The Inbetweeners, have pretty much botched every attempt they’ve made.
But on Monday’s episode, things might be looking up. And Celebuzz has a sneak peek at how that all goes down.
Why do the guys… More »
MTV continues its scripted programming push on the heels of successes like Teen Wolf and Awkward with their new comedy, The Inbetweeners.
“The show is about four guys who are struggling through high school,” Joey Pollari tells us when he and the show’s other stars Bubba Lewis, Zack Pearlman and Mark L. Young… More »
Those of us who attended MTV’s Teen Wolf panel at San Diego Comic-Con already got a first look at its raunchy new teen comedy, The Inbetweeners. But now, the network has released the trailer wide for everyone to see.
Proud of its scripted achievements so far with Teen Wolf and Awkward, MTV ventures… More »