COREY FELDMAN AND COREY HAIM REUNITE IN THE A&E ORIGINAL REAL-LIFE SERIES THE TWO COREYS
PREMIERES SUNDAY, JULY 29 @ 10:00 PM ET/PT
New York, NY, June 9, 2007 - Yes, you heard right, the Coreys are back together! Corey Haim and Corey Feldman met in 1987 on the set of the iconic teen film The Lost Boys. The "Two Coreys," as they instantly became known, grew to be best of friends, growing up together both on and off screen. Propelled by their legendary onscreen chemistry, the two went on to star in a series of films that would define a generation, including The Lost Boys, Dream a Little Dream and License to Drive. They were kings of the 80's teen box office. Their posters hung on bedroom walls and their faces adorned countless magazine covers. They had it all. Money. Fame. Girls. Then each was faced with personal setbacks. While Feldman ultimately took control of his life, Haim's life and career took a downturn. Now, nearly two decades later after taking separate paths in life, the friends are back together on-screen and under one roof in the A&E Real-Life series THE TWO COREYS, premiering July 29th at 10:00PM ET/PT.
The two former teen idols are all grown up now but are at completely different stages of their lives. Corey Feldman is married to Susie, the love of his life. He's a successful actor. He's a total neat freak. Corey Haim is single but actively searching for the love of his life. He's currently looking to make his big comeback. He is sloppy, impulsive and unpredictable. Determined to jumpstart his acting career and find a stabilizing force, Haim's moving in with the Feldman's to help get his life on course and to relaunch the "Two Coreys" brand. Can the two former heartthrobs share a house without driving each other crazy? Like the feature film You, Me & Dupree, comedy and tension ensue as Corey & Susie Feldman deal with their challenging new house guest and soon realize that two is company and three is definitely a crowd.
THE TWO COREYS is produced by RDF USA ("Wife Swap") for A&E. Greg Goldman, Beth Greenwald, Jonathan Singer, Andrew Hoegl, Corey Feldman and Corey Haim are the Executive Producers. A&E Executive Producers are Robert Sharenow and Michael Morrison.
RDF Media Group (RDF) is one of the largest and fastest-growing production companies in the world, headquartered in London, with large offices in Los Angeles, New York, London, Glasgow, Bristol, Cardiff and Maidstone. RDF is a publicly-listed company consisting of thirteen content-oriented companies, including Touchpaper, Radar, IWC Media, The Foundation, Presentable, The Comedy Unit, RDF Television, RDF Television West, RDF Management, RDF Rights, RDF Digital, Pangea and RDF USA. Key US RDF/Pangea shows include: Wife Swap (ABC); Shaq's Big Challenge (ABC); Two Coreys (A&E); Meadowlands (Showtime); Off The Charts (Fox); How to Look Good Naked (Lifetime); Banzai (G4); 3 Kings (MTV); Ice T's Rap School (VH1); Junkyard Wars (TLC); Faking It (TLC); Gene Simmons Rock School (VH1); Ladette to Lady (Sundance).
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