We’re told MTV was interested … but it wasn’t a high priority … so the two sides worked out a deal, which allows the band to get the ball rolling ASAP.
Sources connected to the project tell us … the 4 living members asked MTV for permission to take the project into their own hands — and MTV obliged. Which means, the band will organize the show, film everything themselves and then package it for MTV … which will ultimately decide if it will air on the network.
BRB, off to re-watch the movie, dig up my old VHS with every “2Gether” television episode (plus the behind-the-scenes of “The Hardest Part Of Breaking Up,” and googling the depths of my awkward teenage hell to resurrect my “Chad Linus & 2Gether” fanpage from 2001.
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