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MTV sets air date for DJ AM series

Our sister blog Show Tracker reports:

Adam In the weeks before celebrity disc jockey and Los Angeles club owner Adam Goldstein, who was better known as DJ AM, died of an accidental overdose, he had been filming a documentary-style reality series for MTV in which he helped families and friends of drug addicts stage interventions for loved ones.

MTV announced Monday it will move ahead with plans to air the eight-part series, "Gone Too Far."  Goldstein hosted and created the series in which he helped addicts, ages 20 to 25, battle their alcohol and drug demons. In a press release issued today, MTV said executives decided to move ahead with the series with the "consent and support" of Goldstein's family.

Read more on Show Tracker.

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I am dedicating my new single to the memory of DJ AM. He was a big inspiration to me and he will be greatly missed.

DJ Timbo


Showing DJ AM's new show, Gone Too Far, is a great idea because, not only does it show him helping other people with their addiction problems, but it also shows how he is dealing with his addiction on television.


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