Teen Wolf Season 4, Ed Sheeran Documentary Lead MTV's Newly Announced Summer Schedule

MTV Summer ScheduleMTV at its annual upfront presentation on Thursday announced a star-studded summer schedule, including the return of Teen Wolf and the world premiere of a new Ed Sheeran documentary.

RELATED | May Sweeps Scoopapalooza: 99+ Spoilers on Your Favorite Series’ Season-Ending Episodes

A descriptive teaser for Teen Wolf‘s fourth season was also released, which revealed the name of Scott and his pack’s new enemy; brace yourselves for the arrival of “the Benefactor.”

MTV’s summer premiere schedule is as follows:

10 pm 9 Days and Nights of Ed Sheeran, a documentary that portrays the British singer-songwriter as “a young artist at a critical juncture in his life.”

10 pm Teen Wolf Season 4

10 pm Finding Carter, a new drama about a girl who learns she was abducted as a toddler — and that her mother isn’t who she claims to be. Here’s a trailer:

Get More:
MTV Shows


10 pm Ridiculousness Season 5
10:30 pm Snack-Off, a new competition show that forces amateur chefs to craft masterful munchies. Supermodel Chrissy Teigen is among the panel of judges.

In addition to those summer premieres, MTV also announced three new series (premiere dates TBD):

Slednecks is a half-hour docu-series about a group of friends in rural Alaska. It will show the group’s wilderness shenanigans, as well as the close bonds they form with one another. (Think Buckwild, only much colder.)

One Bad Choice focuses on young people who make one wrong move that changes their lives forever. Each episode will introduce a new mistake, re-told through scripted scenes.

Beyond Dance is a new dancing competition show, hosted by VH1’s Jason Dundas, which forces dancers into “extreme” scenarios (i.e. dancing underwater or in zero gravity.)

Snooki & JWOWW, The Real World and Girl Code have also been picked up for additional seasons.

Any thoughts on MTV’s new or returning series? Drop a comment with your take on the network’s latest offerings.

TAGS: , , ,
GET MORE: Scheduling News