[08/06/19 - 11:34 AM] MTV's "Ex on the Beach" Moves to a Brand New Night Starting August 15, look for the series on Thursday nights at 9:00/8:00c.
[via press release from MTV]
MTV'S "EX ON THE BEACH" MOVES TO A BRAND NEW NIGHT
NEW EPISODES TO PREMIERE EVERY THURSDAY AT 9:00PM ET/PT ON MTV BEGINNING AUGUST 15TH
In TONIGHT'S episode, airing on Tuesday, August 6 at 8PM ET/PT, Cameron finds himself caught between his Ex and his Next. One couple struggles to agree on whether or not they are a couple. An Ex is sent home.
About the series:
MTV's "Ex on The Beach," hosted by Romeo, brings ten celeb-reality singles to Malibu in the hopes of getting a fresh start at love... but when their exes wash ashore to rekindle an old flame or enact their revenge, will their Ex get in the way of their Next
· Or will their Ex become their Next
Meet the cast of "Ex On The Beach" Season 3:
· Aubrey O'Day - "Danity Kane"
· Mark Jansen - CBS's "Big Brother"
· Mechie Harris - Singer, "4EY The Future"
· Cameron Armstrong - ABC's "Boy Band" and ABC's "The Rookie"
· Billy Reilich - E!'s "What Happens at the Abbey" and Ellen Show: "Ellen's gardener"
· Kenya Scott - MTV's "Are You the One"
· Lexi Kaplan - Netflix's "Inst@famous"
· Allie Kaplan - Netflix's "Inst@famous"
· Geles Rodriguez - MTV's "Are You the One" and Former NFL Cheerleader for Houston Texans
· Devin Walker - MTV's "The Challenge" and "Are You the One"
· Tevin Grant - MTV's "Are You the One"
· Marie Roda - MTV's "The Challenge" and "The Real World"
· Anthony Martin - MTV's "Are You the One"
· Shannon Duffy - MTV's "Are You the One"
· Elena Davies - CBS's "Big Brother"
· Anthony Bartolotte - MTV's "Are You the One" and "The Challenge"
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