MTV's 'World of Jenks' Ranks as the Number 1 Series in its Timeslot Across All Television With Persons 12-34

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March 5th, 2013

World of Jenks

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MTV’S “World of Jenks” RANKS AS THE #1 SERIES IN ITS TIMESLOT ACROSS ALL TELEVISION WITH P12-34
Season Two Debut has a Strong 1.2 P12-34 Rating and Draws in 1.2 Million Total Viewers
New York, NY (March 5, 2013) The reinvented, second-season of MTV’s “World of Jenks” premiered last night as the #1 series in its timeslot across all television among MTV’s core demographic of 12-34 year-olds. The show garnered an impressive 1.2 P12-34 rating, and 1.2 million total viewers tuned in to watch award-winning documentary filmmaker Andrew Jenks go inside the lives of three extraordinary and inspiring young people. The season two debut performed strongly with the female audience, garnering a 1.6 W12-34 rating, which made it the highest rated “World of Jenks” episode to date with this demographic during the show’s regularly scheduled timeslot. The show also ranked as the #1 telecast in its timeslot across all television with W12-34.
On the social media front, “World of Jenks” and “Andrew Jenks” both trended worldwide on Twitter last night, with a total 24,500 tweets throughout the day. Additionally, according to SocialGuide, the show ranked as the most social television series during the 11:00 p.m. hour, and ranked as the fifth most social cable series for the day.
“World of Jenks” Season 2 – Mondays at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT
Next week on “World of Jenks,” Chad is off to senior prom, D-Real is hosting his first dance battle and Kaylin receives scan results, giving everyone reason to celebrate. Meanwhile, Jenks spends time with his younger brother Matt, making him grateful for the rare opportunity to be with his brother.
In its all new, reinvented second season, MTV’s “World of Jenks” dives deeper into the lives of three extraordinary young people. Award-winning documentary filmmaker Andrew Jenks joins each on their powerful – and often unpredictable – journeys, spending a year embedded with them across the country. The series gives viewers a deeply personal, inspiring and always entertaining look inside each subject’s life as they work to make their dreams a reality, despite their extraordinary circumstances. Over 10, hour-long episodes, Andrew Jenks follows the lives of D-Real, Chad and Kaylin, and along the way, give viewers a raw look at their struggles to overcome the constant threat of gun violence, the challenges of living with autism, and battling the fear of cancer returning at such a young age.
To sound off on Twitter and Facebook, use the official hashtag #WorldofJenks and visit the “World of Jenks” Facebook page, facebook.com/WorldOfJenks. You can also find more on the show at MTV.com.

“World of Jenks” is Executive Produced and Directed by Andrew Jenks. Dave Snyder is Executive Producer. Brent Haynes and Brooke Posch are Executive Producers for MTV. Andrew Siegal and Michelle Schiefen are Supervising Producers. Brent Haynes and Nick Predescu are the MTV executives in charge.
 
  • THE OLD MAN

    Never heard of it & can pretty much guarantee I’ll never see it either.

  • Nifty

    This was actually a nice show. I had never heard of it before. If MTV did some more stuff like this, it probably wouldn’t be the butt of so many jokes.

  • Other Than THAT Mrs. Lincoln How Was The Play

    Im guessing that Chad didnt accidentally bury a hatchet in Jenks skull by accident at some point and say “Ohhhh Jenks, man Im so sorry I killed you, I guess I spent too much time watching Walking Dead. Either that or you just annoyed me one too many times.” Its safe to assume a guy like Jenks would be totally useless during a Zombie Pocky-Clips.

  • Other Than THAT Mrs. Lincoln How Was The Play

    I love how they put the gun violence thing in there without addressing why it happens to rapper dudes so often. Its the inner city hood rapper culture Jenks, ya big dummy.

  • Two Teenager Mom

    It’s nice to see that a show with a positive message is getting noticed. I watch this show with my daughter and we both relate to it. Watching Chad and Amanda’s parents aws the kids went off to the prom brought tears to my eyes. I think every mom can related to Kaylin’s mom talking about finding out about her cancer. A parent’s worst nightmare. I wish the best for these three people and thanks to Andrew and MTV for highlighting such truly remarkable life experiences.

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