'The Two Coreys' to Rebuild Friendship in Season 2 of the A&E Series
'The Two Coreys' to Rebuild Friendship in Season 2 of the A&E Series
Who said only chicks like the Kardashians were the only ones to have a big sibling fight on national television?  Corey Haim and Corey Feldman, though not brothers in real life, have considered themselves siblings since they became friends when they were child stars trying to make it big in the entertainment industry.  Their friendship has come a long way, spawning a reality show following their lives on A&E’s The Two Coreys.  However, as the debut season of the reality series came to a close, the two got into a conflict that neither of them could resolve on their own.

Earlier this year, we reported that the two are going to come back for a second season of the show despite the fragile state of their friendship.  Moreover, season 2 of the series will deal with these conflicts and try to rekindle the brotherhood as they journey on in life together.

A&E announced yesterday that they will be premiering the second season of The Two Coreys on Sunday, June 22 at 10pm, with a fresh new look on the friends who are trying to rebuild their relationship.  Coming off the bitter end of season 1, the two will open up to the world their feelings and thoughts about each other and their friendship.  They will be taking on various tasks to make peace through rediscovering the roots of their friendship and the bond that made them as close as brothers.  They will also be dealing with grueling issues and will have to face their inner demons.  The two will go to therapy sessions together and confront the various issues that threaten to erase their friendship forever.

Produced by Chris Coelen, Greg Goldman and Tony Yates for RDF USA and Robert Sharenow, Scott Lonker and Michael Morrison for A&E, Corey Feldman and Corey Haim also serve as executive producers for the show, which returns to A&E on Sunday, June 22 at 10pm.

-Valerie Anne del Castillo, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: A&E
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