Season 4 of ‘Jersey Shore: Family Vacation’ Contains Drama

You know the saying, “gym, tan, laundry.” It looks like now it’s going to change to “Gym, tan, quarantine.” Jersey Shore: Family Vacation season four is upon us, and the official trailer has been released. Despite the pandemic and specific restrictions, the cast was able to film, and now they’re going to show fans how they’ve survived.

Jersey Shore: Family Vacation
Season 4 of ‘Jersey Shore: Family Vacation’ Contains Drama

Jersey Shore is Getting Wilder Than Ever

In the trailer, Paul DelVecchio or “DJ Pauly D” is shown shouting that he rented out the entire hotel where the cast ended up shooting the whole season. Pauly D was also pictured in the trailer driving a bunch of mannequins in his car, who were wearing face masks.

On the girls’ side, Angelina Pivarnick stated that things weren’t good between her and the rest of the girls after her wedding drama.

Mike Sorrentino or “The Situation” was also seen as he reflected on his relationship with the Shore Squad over the past 11 years since the reality show first aired back in 2009. He admitted that the future of the family looked like it’s going sideways, quickly.

A Change in the Cast

'Jersey Shore: Family Vacation' change of cast
Season 4 of ‘Jersey Shore: Family Vacation’ Contains Drama

While the new season of ‘Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” premieres on its original day — “Jerzday” — the cast is going to look a little different. The new season features Nikki Hall, who is Pauly D’s girlfriend, along with Lauren Sorrentino, Mike’s wife. Nicole Polizzi, or as we know her as “Snooki,” will be absent from the new season. She announced that she wouldn’t return in December 2019 because she hated being away from her kids for so long and that she didn’t like the partying scene much anymore.

“JWoww” or Jenni Farley will ‘return to Jersey Shore, as well as Ronnie Ortiz-Margo, whom fans are excited to see. The cast recently promoted the new season of Jersey Shore on their social media pages.