MTV cancels ‘BUCKWILD’ after West Virginia star’s death
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Some detractors, including U.S. Sen. and former West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin, had publicly worried about the show and its cast before the first episode aired.
Manchin asked MTV to cancel the show, telling the network’s president that it would profit from the "poor decisions of our youth" and that it played to ugly, inaccurate stereotypes about the people of West Virginia.
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