AFTER production was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, the fourth season of MTV’s reality series Floribama Shore kicked off on February 25, 2021.
The series typically takes place in the Florida Panhandle along the beach that stretches all the way to Alabama, however – due to Covid-19 – season four is being filmed in Montana and Arizona.
What is Floribama Shore?
Floribama Shore is the successor of MTV’s hit series Jersey Shore.
The show follows the lives of eight young adults who live together during the summer on the Gulf Coast in Panama City Beach, Florida.
The young adults are filmed partying, working, living in a new environment and bonding together.
The series first premiered in November 2017, and was renews for a second season the following year.
It was in season three where the location was changed to St Pete Beach, Florida.
The characters include:
- Kirk Medas
- Candace Rice
- Nilsa Prowant
- Gus Smyrnios
- Jeremiah Buoni
- Codi Butts
- Aimee Hall
What happened to Gus Smyrnios’ eye?
As season four premiered, fans quickly took to social media to question how Smrynios got latest mark under his eye.
The 25-year-old model appeared on the show with a large red gash that went from under his eye to across his cheek.
The noticeable mark was not addressed on the show, which sparked questions from fans on social media.
Smrynios addressed fans concerns on his Instagram page, revealing that he got the scratch on his face after getting into a bar fight in Tallahassee.
“I’ve addressed it a couple of times on here. I just can’t answer every question about it. Also talked about it on the show but guess it got edited out,” he wrote.
“Got jumped in my hometown a month prior to filming by 4 guys at a bar,” he explained.
“Scratched my face, hand, and back up. No I didn’t start it. They called me fa**** and then told me I wasn’t welcome with hair and earring like mine.
“So of course, we fought, not gonna take that s*** even if there was 4 of them. Lol.”
How can I watch Floribama Shore?
Floribama Shore airs live Thursdays at 8pm on MTV.
Fans can catch up on the first two episodes of Floribama Shore by going to MTV.com and signing into their TV provider.
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