The Buried Life

Monday, November 29 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

In this special two-part, back-to-back episode season finale, THE BURIED LIFE boys attempt to conquer the list item – Make a Million Dollars. With $100,000 to start, Ben, Dave, Duncan, and Jonnie split the original pot into four chunks of $25,000, and each go about their own secret, money-making missions.

MuchMusic invites fans to join the WE DAY festivities, by celebrating the powerful youth movement with their favourite We Day supporters.

This Thursday, Sept. 30, after WE DAY at the Air Canada Centre, fans can head down to MuchMusic’s Queen St. HQ parking lot for a We Day after party from 5 – 6 p.m. ET. MuchMusic VJs Sarah Taylor, Jesse Giddings, and Liz Trinnear chat with Marc Kielburger, Down With Webster, the cast of MTV’s THE BURIED LIFE, and other WE DAY speakers while they meet fans, sign autographs, pose for photos, and talk about how youth are making a difference.

For viewers who cannot make it to the party, tune into MuchMusic for live coverage throughout the hour.

For more information on WE DAY, visit www.facebook.com/weday or www.weday.ca.

 

MTV runs the gamut and takes its viewers on an incredible journey this fall, from inspirational real life stories to escapist hilarity. From new series premieres, returning favourites, and highly-anticipated season finales, MTV has programming that inspires, entertains, and gets young people talking.

Inspiring real life series, representing youth from all walks of life, include the new docu-series WORLD OF JENKS (September 13) where documentary filmmaker Andrew Jenks shadows the lives of complete strangers.

The Canadian boys from THE BURIED LIFE (September 27) continue to make dreams come true as they return for Season 2 asking viewers what they want to do before they die? A surprisingly inspirational season, REAL WORLD: NEW ORLEANS comes to a close (October 6) after the cast witness and contribute to the rebirth of the city. Maci, Farrah, Catelynn and Amber close out another season of TEEN MOM (October 12), while a new crop of teens explore the beginnings of parenthood in a new season of 16 AND PREGNANT (October 13).

MTV continues to get people talking as a new season of the wildly popular 1 GIRL 5 GAYS (September 3), returns with a new batch of feisty men to dish the dirt on all things love, sex, and relationships. The hijinx and hilarity continue every Monday to Thursday on MTV LIVE, followed by MTV NEWS delivering all the entertainment highlights of the day. MTV NEWS’ Sharlene Chiu takes viewers on a tour of unexpected musical gems in various cities in the new series MTV NEWS: SHARLENE VS. (September 6). 

Rounding out the schedule with a chance to escape, the season finale of the series that inspired first pumps and excessive tanning, and brought you “The Shirt Before The Shirt”, JERSEY SHORE (October 21).

The Canadian boys from MTV’s hit series THE BURIED LIFE visit one of the most sought-after couches on daytime television. Dave Lingwood, Ben Nemtin, Duncan & Jonnie Penn stop by THE OPRAH WINFREY SHOW on Friday, April 9 at 4 p.m. ET on CTV (check local listings) to talk about the success of the series, the buzz it has created across the globe, and reveal a few surprises with Oprah they have been keeping under lock and key.

THE BURIED LIFE follows the four friends from Victoria, BC who travel across North America with a list of 100 things to do before they die. The series showcases the guys’ extraordinary attempts to accomplish all these items – large and small – and check them off the list. The foursome also make a promise to themselves – for every goal they achieve, they pay it forward and help a complete stranger discover, organize or attempt their wildest dreams.

ERAs the new year begins, MTV proudly presents an inspiring series guaranteed to motivate resolutions for the next decade. THE BURIED LIFE follows four Canadians with a list of 100 things they want to do before they die. Premiering Monday, Jan. 18 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, this real life adventure of four regular guys from Victoria, B.C. proves anything is possible.

You can’t “friend” a dream. You can’t “download” your first kiss. You can’t “tag” happiness. With that in mind, Duncan Penn, Ben Nemtin, Dave Lingwood, and Jonnie Penn made a list… and not just an everyday “To Do” list. The group certainly has their work cut out for them with tasks like: #15 – Get on the cover of Rolling Stone; #55 – Kiss Rachel McAdams; #59 – Deliver a baby; #78 – Fall in love; and #95 – Play ball with Obama. And now, with the help of MTV, Duncan, Ben, Jonnie and Dave crossed #53 off their list – Start a TV Show. Now, THE BURIED LIFE showcases these four guys’ extraordinary attempts to accomplish all of these items – large and small – and check them off the list.

“Life moves fast and we wanted to slow down and enjoy it,” said Jonnie Penn of THE BURIED LIFE. “To do that we had to ask ourselves some important questions, most importantly: What do I need to achieve or experience before I die? When we asked strangers this question, we were fascinated with the answers we received. Given the ultimate deadline, people are forced to ignore the day-to-day trivialities that sometimes bury their lives, and evaluate their most personal dreams and ambitions.”

The foursome also made a promise to themselves – for every goal they achieve, they pay it forward and help a complete stranger discover, organize, or attempt their wildest dreams. As they travel from town to town on their purple bus “Penelope”, the four race to make the implausible happen, all before leaving on their next adventure.

“Duncan, Ben, Dave, and Jonnie are perfect examples of a generation taking destiny into their own hands,” said Brad Schwartz, Senior Vice-President and General Manager, Much MTV Group, CTV Inc. “THE BURIED LIFE is a truly inspirational series that touches the hearts of all audiences. These four guys from Victoria prove that anything is possible and show the world how to live life to its fullest. We are so proud they are Canadian.”

For more information and to watch full episodes on demand, please go to mtv.ca/theburiedlife