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The Two Coreys: End of the Line?

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Drama, Reality, Cable, Editorial,

Corey Haim and Corey Feldman

After two short seasons, Sunday night’s finale seemed to toll a death knell for the A&E series . Is it all really over? I see much more reality TV in store for this pair.

Season two of the show displayed a marked difference from the more lighthearted fun of the first, which often made ’s antics seem childish but never truly harmful. The season that was marked with drama and squabbling ended in much the same way, though on a somewhat somber note. This ambiguous ending leaves much more to be said on the future of the two…assuming there is one.

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An End for The Two Coreys

Corey Haim and Corey Feldman

Sooner or later, all train wrecks must come to an end.

According to the the co-producer of The Two Coreys, the show’s second season will be the last for the A&E program. Haim’s documented relapse - coupled with the duo’s ongoing issues - make it difficult for the series to proceed.

It’s also hard to produce a show when the stars aren’t even speaking to each other. In the recent issue of People, we learn that the Lost Boys actors won’t even appear in the same photo together anymore.

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This Week on TV (7/28-8/3)

Pamela Anderson

(You can view TV Envy’s Summer Television Programming Schedule here.)


MONDAY (7/28)
  • Wanna Bet? (ABC,9pm):  “Corbin Bernsen, , Rip Hamilton and Melissa Peterman are the celebs placing the wagers. Stunts include a man trying to kick himself in the head 45 times in one minute.” Wanna bet people only know who half these ‘celebrities’ are?
  • Paranormal State (A&E, 10pm):  Season Two premiere. “The team investigates supposed activity at a home, including the mysterious destruction of religious objects and the unexplained appearance of dead animals near the home.” Dead animals? Should they be looking for ghosts or a serial killer?
  • Make a Move (DIY, 10pm):  “Amy Wynn Pastor helps newlyweds with their eco-conscious home, including projects like a compost heap, a kitchen upgrade and a wall demolition.” Ah, newlyweds. Always so annoyingly optimistic.
  • Weeds (Showtime, 10pm):  “In Mexico, Celia discovers the joys of discounted medicine at local pharmacies.” If only she had known about the $4 generics at her local Wal-Mart.

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Corey Haim Returns to Destructive Ways

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Prime Time, Reality, Cable, Video,

Even though yearned to become involved in Lost Boys 2, the actor has perfected the fine art of sabotaging his own career.

In this clip from the upcoming episode of , Haim not only becomes a diva, he turns into a sad druggie.

The A&E program airs Sunday nights @ 10.

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This Week on TV (7/7-7/13)

Burn Notice

(You can view TV Envy’s Summer Television Programming Schedule here.)


MONDAY (7/7)
  • The Bachelorette (ABC, 8pm):  “In the season finale, DeAnna has a choice to make between the two finalists after taking her two suitors to a Grand Bahama Island and home to Georgia to meet her family.” In the event of a tiebreaker, the most photogenic candidate should always be chosen. Good wedding photos last forever.
  • Jon & Kate Plus 8 (TLC, 9pm):  “As the sextuplets turn 4, Jon and Kate take them to a bakery to decorate their own birthday cupcakes with the stipulation that they can’t eat them until after dinner.” Cupcakes? Note to the Jolie-Pitt clan. More kids = smaller birthday celebrations.
  • Verminators ( Discovery, 10pm):  “Jamie has to tackle his fears when he is called in to deal with a black widow.” Apparently someone needs to work on his rochambeau skills.
  • Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal (A&E, 10pm):  “A story of ReAnna Kelly, a girl supposedly visited by spirits, including that of her deceased grandmother, jazz singer Nina Simone.” There are times when hearing the song ‘Sinnerman’ is not so cool.

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The Two Coreys Return to A&E

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Prime Time, Reality, Cable, Editorial,

The Two Coreys

The second season of premiered Sunday night, and those who didn’t see it missed some Grade A reality TV.

Generally, the second time around is never as good as the first. We see this all the time in sequels, remakes and television renewals. How could the second season of The Two Coreys, which ended last season on a highly intense dramatic note, ever be as good as it was in the beginning?

Great editing and text-based narratives created can’t-miss drama in the first moments of the second season opener. The show began with very little recap and preamble, devoting much of its time to showing a series of events which led up to a meeting between and - for the first time in six months. This meeting was briefly highlighted at the beginning and end of the opener, then more fully explored in the episode which immediately followed. Terrible secrets and past pain were revealed early on, somewhat shocking in their nature.

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Preview the Nasty Tension on The Two Coreys

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Prime Time, Reality, Cable, Video,

Last summer on , the series hit a painfully awkward note when the subject of The Lost Boys came up. Corey Feldman had to let Corey Haim know that a sequel to the vampire flick was going to be made without him. (Since that announcement, things have changed.)

Come this weekend, Season 2 will once again reach some very dramatic moments. In the clip below, the friends (?) have a very heated confrontation about some deep dark secrets from their past.

If you want to see how this whole thing plays out, tune in this Sunday night @ 10pm on A&E. In the meantime, relive the moment when Haim finds out about after the jump.

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Reality Renewals: ‘The Mole’ and ‘The Two Coreys’

The Two CoreysAt what point did become less about Arts and more about Entertainment?  The cable channel - which already boasts quality programs like - has just chosen to bring back the , starring and .  (Apparently it takes more than one season for those Lost Boys to talk about their glory years.) 

This spring, the horribly-painful-to-watch series promies to bring “more drama, tension and laughs as they struggle to make their relationship and careers work.”  Wasn’t that the theme last year?  I’d think it would be safe to blame the for this renewed interest in their sad lives.  As much as I enjoyed watching Haim cry about not having a girlfriend in his life, I don’t think I could do it again.  Well, maybe….

Meanwhile, is dusting off one of their own reality classics: .  (I don’t think that revival will ever reach -proportions.)  The only reason I fondly remember the series was because it brought into the primetime spotlight long before he was deemed a credible news source.  (Prior to that, I had been admiring him during the pre-dawn hours on .)

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Haim and Feldman Off and Running

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Reality, Cable, Talent, Gossip,

The Two Coreys  Sure, I had my doubts. There’s a whole lot of junk on TV these days – and some of the junkiest and trashiest of all is in the reality TV genre. I admit, I turned my nose straight up in the air when I read that A&E was going to put The Two Coreys back in the limelight. I mean, come on, The Lost Boys is soooo over. So, late one Monday night when I just happened to catch the pilot episode, I was all ready to start cracking jokes and laughing at these two washed-up former pinup boys.

Imagine my surprise when I discovered The Two Coreys are actually reality TV magic – and a helluva good pick for A&E after all. Honestly, the idea sounds awful. Haim and Feldman, two thirty-somethings who saw their stars rise and fall before the tender age of twenty, a pair of BFF who found life leading them into substance abuse and late night partying before they were even legal. Reunited by reality two decades after they found notoriety with a vampire flick, a veritable Odd Couple for the reality genre. Seriously…this is not an idea that should work. Ever.

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A&E Banks on 80s “It” Boys

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Comedy, Reality, Cable, News,

Corey Haim and Corey Feldman The 1980s were a blur of Reagonomics, yuppie consumerism, and, of course, the two Coreys. Corey Haim and Corey Feldman became the “It” boys of the late 80s, their visages plastered all over young girls’ bedrooms soon after they appeared together in that classic vampire flick The Lost Boys. The Coreys became a huge sensation whether separate or together, and for several years it seemed the teen heartthrobs could do no wrong. In his career, Feldman has appeared in more than one hundred movies (seven of them with Haim). Then, the Coreys suffered the curse of young Hollywood: a decline into substance abuse, forays into rehab, and the decimation of once-promising careers. Such is the agony of being a child star. They’re both 35 now, and believe it or not, they’re back courtesy of A&E’s almost-reality TV.

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