MTV's WORLD OF JENKS to Return With All-New Reinvented Season, 3/4
A fan favorite from season one, Chad is back. Now 21 years-old, Chad gives viewers an unfiltered look at what life is like as a young person with Autism. In season two, Jenks follows Chad during the biggest year of his life as he prepares to graduate from the school that's been his second home, searches for a job, and falls in love for the first time, working to navigate the ups and downs of a relationship. It's a journey from boy to man, and Jenks is with him every step of the way.
An incredibly talented fashion designer living in San Francisco, Kaylin has overcome more in her young age than most do in a lifetime. Before her 24th birthday, Kaylin battled two different forms of primary cancer. It brought her down, but absolutely not out. Now doubling down on life, Kaylin is planning to move across the country to Brooklyn, New York to make her fashion dreams a reality. She'll be leaving behind her family, her friends ... and her health insurance. Beautiful, talented, and blessed with a wicked sense of humor, Kaylin quickly becomes one of the most extraordinary and inspiring individuals Jenks has ever met.
At 19, Andrew Jenks made his first film, HBO's "Room 335," moving into an assisted-living facility for elderly residents in order to capture the true essence of this often overlooked community. Jenks' second film, ESPN's "The Zen of Bobby V" had him spending seven months in Japan filming American baseball manager Bobby Valentine as he managed the Chiba Lotte Marines. Praised by film critics around the world, the film premiered at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival. His book, ANDREW JENKS: MY ADVENTURES AS A YOUNG FILMMAKER, comes out March 2013.