The Two Coreys

The Two CoreysNetwork: A&E
Episodes: 21 (half-hour)
Seasons: Two

TV show dates: July 29, 2007 — August 17, 2008
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, Susie Feldman, Nicki Monti, Jake Perry, and Scott Carlson.

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TV show description:
Former child stars and frequent co-stars Corey Haim & Corey Feldman reunite for this improv/reality series.

The “Two Coreys” reunite when Haim comes to stay with his best friend, Feldman, and his wife, Susie. Much has changed since the days of their youth. Feldman is now married, a devout vegetarian, an animal activist, and a non-smoker. Meanwhile, Haim struggles to adjust to the rules of the house since he’s still a swinging single, a smoker, and a committed carnivore.

The two struggle to find ways to resuscitate their relationship and rediscover the bonds of their once close relationship. Together, they attend therapy sessions, discuss their storied past, try to kick nicotine addiction, fight, and ultimately work on accepting one another for who they’ve become.

Series Finale:     
Episode 21 — Showdown
Haim arrives back in Los Angeles and is ready to get his career and his friendship with Feldman back on track.

Meanwhile, Feldman is content with where he is in his life, career, and family and is fine if he never saw Haim again. At the urging of Feldman’s wife Susie and manager Scott Carlson, Feldman finally relents to a meeting.

The two Coreys reunite at a diner and things get heated when Haim brings some skeletons out the closet and the two begin to argue over their differences and memories of their storied pasts.
First aired: August 17, 2008.


What happened next?   
According to Feldman, A&E wanted a third season but, as an act of tough love, he refused to have any further contact with Haim until he sought help for his addiction problems.

Haim died on March 10, 2010.

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