The ‘Floribama Shore’ Season 3 premiere date is set

MTV released a teaser trailer for its hit reality series filmed in Pinellas. Here’s a first look at what happened in St. Petersburg.
The cast of "Floribama Shore." Season 3, which was shot in Pinellas County, premieres in November. Courtesy of MTV
The cast of "Floribama Shore." Season 3, which was shot in Pinellas County, premieres in November. Courtesy of MTV
Published October 11
Updated October 15

For two months this summer, the cast members of MTV’s Floribama Shore partied in Pinellas County bars and lived, loved, argued and partied some more in a lavish house in St. Pete Beach.

The resulting Season 3 of Floribama Shore premieres Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. with back-to-back episodes, the cable network announced Friday.

The hit reality series, originally pitched as a sort of Jersey Shore of the Panhandle, moved production of its third season from Panama City to Pinellas County. Bay County film commissioner Julie Gordon said at the time that damage from Hurricane Michael had made things too expensive for the show to film there again.

A taste of things to come for Season 3 came in July, when cast member Nilsa Prowant was arrested in downtown St. Petersburg while filming during a First Friday celebration. A police report said she flashed people from a balcony and kicked out the window of a car.

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The show posted a short video preview of the upcoming season, featuring scenes from around St. Petersburg, to Twitter.

The production had permits to film in Clearwater Beach, Dunedin, downtown St. Petersburg, Beach Drive, Gulfport, St. Pete Beach, Madeira Beach and Pass-a-Grille.

MTV also revealed a new cast member for the third season, Mattie Lynn Breaux, who appeared on the CMT reality series Party Down South, which filmed its fourth season around St. Petersburg and was produced by Jersey Shore and Floribama Shore creator SallyAnn Salsano’s 495 Productions.

The other returning cast members include Jeremiah Buoni, Codi Butts, Kortni Gilson, Aimee Hall, Kirk Medas, Candace Rice and Gus Smyrnios.




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