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Snooki, Jwoww Reunite in Series for AwesomenessTV Moms’ Channel

Snooki and Jwoww, two of the most notorious members of MTV’s “Jersey Shore,” are starring in a reality series about the former hard-partyers’ lives as moms.

Snooki & Jwoww: Moms With Attitude,” produced by AwesomenessTV for Verizon’s Go90 free mobile-video service, is slated to debut Nov. 13 on the service’s Awestruck channel aimed at young moms. Episodes will run on Go90, with sneak-peek promos on YouTube.

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, 27, and Jenni “Jwoww” Farley, 29, previously starred in “Jersey Shore” spinoff “Snooki & Jwoww,” which aired for four seasons on MTV from 2012 until early this year.

They’ve now traded TV for digital video. In the new weekly show on Awestruck, the best friends chronicle their version of modern motherhood, as they drink wine, get makeovers, throw birthday parties and basically hang out.

“I like sex mid-day,” JWoww, who has a 1-year-old girl, says in the show’s teaser trailer. Responds Snooki, who has two kids: “I like sex whenever I can get it.”

In addition to the show, Snooki and Jwoww have their own YouTube channels on the Awestruck multichannel network.

Polizzi is repped by WME and managed by Mortar Media, and Farley is repped by APA.

AwesomenessTV formed Awestruck, a lifestyle network with original short-form programming aimed at millennial moms, earlier this year. The channel distributes content across YouTube, Verizon’s Go90 and Facebook video. Awestruck recently inked a production deal with “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Zoe Saldana.

AwesomenessTV is majority-owned by DreamWorks Animation with Hearst holding a 25% interest.

Watch the teaser for “Snooki & Jwoww: Moms With Attitude”:

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