MTV announced today a Miley Cyrus feature documentary, and premieres for docu-series Generation Cryo and Nurses, in addition to renewals for shows including Teen Wolf, the third season of Snooki & JWOWW and the fall season of Awkward. The announcements were among those made today by Susanne Daniels, President of MTV Programming, during the network’s presentation at the TCA summer press tour.

The one-hour Cyrus feature film produced by MTV’s News and Docs team will follow her as she works on her new album and delves into the “transformation” she has experienced over the past few years — from Disney princess to TMZ fave. Premiering this fall, it follows in the footsteps of similar documentaries that have featured the likes of Lady Gaga, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Britney Spears and most recently Demi Lovato.

Additionally, Daniels announced pilot pickups of comedies Faking It (working title) from Carter Covington (10 Things I Hate About You) and Happyland (working title) from Ben Epstein and executive producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan (Smash). Faking It  revolves around two best friends who will do almost anything to fit in and be popular in high school — including pretending to be something they are not. Happyland is a soapy teen comedy which explores the underbelly of one of the country’s most popular theme parks and those who work there.

Daniels also announced that writers Jay Beattie and Dan Dworkin (Criminal Minds) have been tapped to write the horror drama pilot Scream, which is based on the successful film franchise with Dimension Films.

Snooki & JWOWW and fall season of Awkward will debut in October. Teen Wolf winter season premieres January 6. Nikki & Sara LIVE returns for a second season July 30.

Generation Cryo which premieres in November, is a new one-hour docu-drama that explores the issues faced by a new generation of kids coming of age who were conceived via anonymous sperm donors and are redefining what it means to be a family. Nurses is a new docu-series that will premiere in the fall that follows a group of travel nurses assigned to work at an Orange County hospital for 13 weeks.

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