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The first season of A&E's "The Two Coreys" left Corey Feldman and Corey Haim at loggerheads over their personal and professional relationship. And so, with their brotherhood at stake, the second season premiered with a no-holds-barred fresh look at the two former friends' damaged relationship. Nothing they say or do is off-limits to the cameras in this new cinema verite take on the 80's icons.

On "The Two Coreys," Corey Haim and Corey Feldman give deep, personal access to their storied friendship
Corey Haim and Corey Feldman on "The Two Coreys"
Corey Haim and Corey Feldman The Two Coreys
like never before which lends the show rare honesty and candor. Throughout this season of "The Two Coreys" Feldman and Haim try a variety of tasks to resuscitate their relationship. Like a couple that has grown apart, they will need to go back to their roots to rediscover the bond that once made them closer than brothers, learn to trust one another again, and ultimately find common ground in the present. Along the way, both Coreys will deal with very real issues (including their reunion on "Lost Boys 2"), go to therapy sessions together, reveal their demons and confront their storied pasts.

"The Two Coreys" is produced by RDF USA and Tijuana Entertainment for A&E Network. Chris Coelen, Greg Goldman and Tony Yates serve as executive producers for RDF USA. Tory Searer ("Breaking Bonaduce") and John Foy ("Breaking Bonaduce") serve as executive producers for Tijuana Entertainment. Scott Carlson from Carlson Entertainment, Corey Feldman and Corey Haim also serve as executive producers on "The Two Coreys." A&E Executive Producers are Robert Sharenow, Scott Lonker and Michael Morrison.



 
 
 
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