Corey Haim, Corey Feldman and Susie Feldman, The Two Coreys
"We're like The Odd Couple, dude," says Corey Haim. "Just not that old." He pauses. "And they're maybe funnier than us." Pause. "But I don't know, maybe we could smoke 'em."
Haim is talking about The Two Coreys. In A&E's semi-reality show — premiering July 15 at 10 pm/ET — Haim reunites with former on-screen partner Corey Feldman by moving in with him and his wife, Susie.
As teens, the two starred in a string of movies that began with 1987's vampire thriller The Lost Boys and included License to Drive and Dream a Little Dream. Eventually they suffered the fate of many child stars: wel
MI-5 fans, mark your calendar. The date: Saturday, Oct. 21. The time: 11 am-7 pm ET/PT. This is when the remainder of the new season of MI-5 will be shown. NOT on Fridays anymore. I just opened a flood of panicked e-mails from fans of this terrific British spy import, who have waited more than a year for a new season to be broadcast, wondering why the show suddenly vanished after only two episodes to be replaced by yet another vintage CSI: Miami episode.The reason seems pretty obvious: I'm assuming the numbers for MI-5's return in the inhospitable 11 pm/ET Friday slot were subpar. It's not as if A&E had gone out of its way to promote it, since a top-notch drama like this no longer fits into the channel's mandate for bottom-feeding reality. (Did you see the announcement earlier this week for a celeb-reality series about faded child stars Corey Feldman and Corey Haim? 'Nuff said.)Anyway, for those worried about seeing episodes 3-10 of the new MI-5 season, don't miss this mid-Octob...
Per Variety, Fox has made a pilot commitment to We, The Jury, a single-camera comedy from David E. Kelley (Boston Legal) about the sequestered jury in a high-profile trial.... FX is developing an untitled legal thriller about a tough-as-nails female attorney, from scribes Todd A. Kessler (The Sopranos), Daniel Zelman and Glen Kessler.... A&E has greenlit The Coreys: Return of the Lost Boys, a half-hour series about the grown-up lives of Mr. Feldman and Haim, to debut early next year, and ordered 13 episodes of Paranormal U, a look at Penn State's paranormal-research society.
Just call us reality rabble rousers. Survivor's Jerri Manthey recently has been talkin' trash about Corey Feldman, her celebrity housemate on The Surreal Life (airing tonight at 9 pm/ET on the WB). She even dissed his soon-to-be-televised wedding! Now, TV Guide Online is giving the Stand by Me and License to Drive star equal time. Listen up!
First off, Jerri accuses "child actor" Corey of playing to the camera too much. "Reality TV is not reality," he responds. "It's not real when they mess up a camera setup and ask you for a second take! You have producers whispering in your ear and suggesting things; it's not as organic as they want you to believe. I think somebody who's as inexperienced
Last night's debut of The Surreal Life left us feeling amused, a little dirty and very curious. Hey kids, isn't that what reality TV is for? To review, here's the sitch: Seven B-list celebs were moved into a mansion Real World style, courtesy of the WB. The almost famous flock — Gabrielle Carteris, Corey Feldman, MC Hammer, Emmanuel Lewis, Jerri Manthey, Vince Neil and Brande Roderick — were then forced to interact. Their bickering and badmouthing led to some fun revelations... and a few nagging questions, which sent TV Guide Online a-prowlin' for the scoop.
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