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Blue Mountain State

23 May 2012 7:01 AM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Network: Spike

Episodes: 39 (half-hour)

Seasons: Three

TV show dates: January 11, 2010 -- November 30, 2011

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Darin Brooks, Denise Richards, Alan Ritchson, Page Kennedy, Rayea Dinning, Sam Jones III, Chris Romano, Gabrielle Dennis, Ed Marinaro, Courtney Coleman, Frankie Shaw, Rob Ramsay, and Omari Newton.

TV show description:

This comedy series takes place at the fictional Blue Mountain State university and its football team, The Mountain Goats.

Coach Marty Daniels (Ed Marinaro) is a six-time national champion football coach from New Jersey, and is a pillar of the Bms community. Formerly a running back for the Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys, he dates his sex-crazed ex-wife, Debra (Denise Richards).

Kevin "Thad" Castle (Alan Ritchson) is a Senior linebacker and team captain from Connecticut. Despite his status as a two-time All-American »


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Blue Mountain State: Cancelled; No Season Four

20 February 2012 10:17 PM, PST | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

The game is over for Coach Daniels (Ed Marinaro) and his team. There won't be a fourth season for Blue Mountain State. The Spike TV series has been cancelled.

The comedy series revolves around the on and off-field antics of Pennsylvania college football powerhouse, Blue Mountain State. Coach Daniels has his hands full with the hijynx of his wife (Denise Richards) and students like team captain Thad (Alan Ritchson), quarterback Alex (Darin Brooks), and team mascot Sammy (Chris Romano).

The comedy performed decently for Spike in season one and realized significant gains in season two. The cable channel reported that the series saw a 33% increase with men 18-34, a 50% climb in men 18-24, and a 14% increase with men 18-49.

Total viewership dropped however in season three which kicked off this past September. While some episodes of season two »


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'Blue Mountain State' canceled: Season 4 drops out of Spike lineup

20 February 2012 10:43 AM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Bad news, Mountain Goats fans. Zap2it has learned exclusively that the plug has officially been pulled on "Blue Mountain State," the Lionsgate-produced college comedy, following its third season.

"Blue Mountain State," which aired its series finale in November, shot in Montreal and followed the often crude hijinks of a Pennsylvania college football team led by Thad (Alan Ritchson), Alex (Darin Brooks), and Sammy (Chris Romano). Denise Richards also starred as the wife of Coach Daniels (Ed Marinaro). The actors have now been released from their contracts.

The series aired for three 13-episode seasons on Spike, experiencing significant audience growth in its second season and dipping to about 900,000 viewers in Season 3. When Spike passed on renewing the series for Season 4, Lionsgate considered shopping it elsewhere, but recently notified cast and crew that it would not be revived.

While we'll miss the "American Pie" type humor that is rarely seen on television, »


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