In the coming weeks, MTV News will be giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at “Dirtier Work,” the third season of “Dirty Jobs.”
We spoke with the series creators to find out what’s next for the show, what we can expect from the characters, and whether or not they’re looking to capitalize on the popularity of “Bad Hair Day.”
MTV News: Let’s start off by talking about the season finale.
You guys are back for a third season!
How are you feeling about it?
Nick and I have been doing this for about five years.
I think we’re just so proud of the show and the creative team.
Nick: It was so good.
I mean, it was fun, but it was so weird.
The producers really put the work in to it, but I think the fun comes out of it.
So, it’s kind of like the opposite of “The Hills Have Eyes,” where the characters just kind of come together and it all feels very natural.
It’s just such a different thing.
MTV News, April 22, 2019, 7:00 p.m.
Nick (from left): Well, it all started when we got together and I was like, “Let’s do this,” and we just did a really fun episode where we’re all trying to do the dirty jobs.
And I was excited because it felt like we were going to do something really different and fun.
We were doing a lot of stuff, like making the house dirty, and we were doing some crazy stuff.
So the writers were just like, what are we going to play with?
I’m like, I’m going to make it the most fun and interesting episode ever.
So I made it really bad.
Nick got really good at making the show fun, and it’s really fun to do.
And the more fun it was, the more we were like, let’s go for it.
We’re going to get really crazy and make it even crazier and really awesome.
MTV: Did you guys think it was going to end like that?
Nick: Yeah, we were all like, wow, we can do this.
I remember the first day we started doing it, the show was so fun.
And then I just remember thinking, “I hope we’re doing something that’s really funny.”
But then, the funniest thing is we just kept going back to it.
And that’s kind the same thing that happened when we started this whole thing.
We kept going for it, and I think I had like three hours and a half to kill, but then we just started talking about it and it kind of snowballed into a really crazy thing.
So it was really fun.
But I’m kind of proud of it, because it was just really fun, like we’re trying to make something that feels really good and that’s the most interesting thing.
And we ended up doing a ton of stuff.
It was fun and I loved it.
And for me, it just felt like, well, we’ve done this before, and that we could do this again.
But it’s the kind of thing that makes it a little bit different because it’s not just a show about people doing jobs.
It is really about the characters.
And so that’s how we came up with this crazy thing that we did.
Nick, you’ve worked on a lot.
You’ve done a lot, right?
Nick, I love working on “Door,” “Bad House,” and “The Secret.”
It’s a lot that I love, and then I love doing “Dunkin’ Donuts.”
So I always get excited when I get to do a new project.
And also when we’re working on a new series, you’re always kind of on your toes, and there’s always new challenges.
So yeah, I really enjoy it.
I love it.
What was your favorite part about it so far?
Nick (laughs): The first day, I was so excited.
I’m really happy that I was able to work on it.
There’s a big challenge that I’m working on now, which is I’m trying to get into a good relationship with the character.
So for me it was the biggest challenge yet.
MTV, April 26, 2019 11:00 a.m., 7:30 p., 9:00 ET “Dumpster Diving” airs on MTV on April 29 at 9:30 a.ms.
Nick and his wife, Lauren, are still making money off the show.
MTV Music Video Awards, March 4, 2019 (video: MTV) Nick and Lauren, as well as the rest of the crew, are now living at the show’s filming location in L.A. Nick is an aspiring actor.
The first season of the series, which premieres April 29, has been a huge success, with more than 1