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MTV has ordered nine new series and brought back new seasons of five others, according to Broadcasting & Cable. A Lauren Conrad-less The Hills will return, as well as Run’s House, Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, Nitro Circus and America’s Best Dance Crew. Still awaiting word on […]

MTV has ordered nine new series and brought back new seasons of five others, according to Broadcasting & Cable. A Lauren Conrad-less The Hills will return, as well as Run’s House, Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, Nitro Circus and America’s Best Dance Crew. Still awaiting word on whether it will get a sophomore season is The CollegeHumor Show.

When contacted, an MTV rep just said they haven’t announced a new season of the show yet, and CollegeHumor Show Executive Producer/Director/Writer/Actor Sam Reich told us via email that MTV has up to six months to make a decision.

As the show’s first season was wrapping up last month, we pondered whether it would get renewed. At the time, Tony DiSanto, MTV’s executive VP of series development, was upbeat about the series despite less-than-monster ratings, telling us “Absolutely our expectations were met,” and that the network was “proud of The CollegeHumor Show.”

We noticed that The CollegeHumor Show is no longer listed on the MTV homepage as one of the network’s shows, but that isn’t necessarily indicative of the its fate. Full episodes can still be found if you search around on the site.

  1. I miss seeing Lauren on the Hills. She barely shows up here and there. It seems like it’s more about Heidi and Spencer or Audrina or Stephanie. Lauren’s fading out. I guess that’s what happens when there’s not as much drama in your life…makes for bad television unless you can spice it up.

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