MTV finally deletes ‘Made in Staten Island’ from show lineup on site, months after pulling controversial program from air with no explanation

May 03, 2019 398

BY: Gina Salamone

MTV may have finally decided to whack its controversial mob-based reality show, “Made in Staten Island.” The reality series only aired three episodes before the cable network mysteriously stopped showing it in February with no explanation. MTV never officially announced the cancellation, and kept the show on its list of series on — until this week.

A search on the site under the “shows a-z” tab reveals the series has been deleted from the lineup. MTV did not return requests for comment. As recently as April 17, the show’s executive producer Karen Gravano — who starred on VH1′s “Mob Wives” and has a daughter who appeared on “Made in Staten Island” — said the show was not cancelled. Gravano is the daughter of former Gambino crime family member Salvatore “Sammy the Bull” Gravano.

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