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Was Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul's New MTV Show 'Bustedness' Already Canceled?


You may have heard by now that YouTuber Tana Mongeau is making her return to MTV where she starred in a reality series called Tana Turns 21. With her "husband" blogger Jake Paul at her side, the young web star is set to make another splash at the network, this time with a new series called Bustedness. But rumors have been swirling around that it may already have been canceled, believe it or not. What's going on with Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul's fledgling show? Here's what we know so far. 

What is MTV's Bustedness? 

Bustedness is the name of a new TV show Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul announced they would be hosting on MTV via social media. Meant as a spinoff of the network's Ridiculousness, it's going to follow the same format as the older show, going over stunt videos submitted by viewers (or found by the hosts) that have gone hilariously, terribly wrong. Tana and Jake would be providing commentary while watching the clips and offering insight into each situation seen on the show.