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A&E announces premiere date for Jacksons' reality series

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"The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty," a six-hour reality series that will focus on the surviving members of the Jackson 5 as they prepare for a reunion concert while coming to terms with the death of their brother Michael Jackson, will premiere Dec. 13 on A&E at 9 p.m.

The series, which will also show the brothers recording a new vocal for Michael Jackson's "This Is It" soundtrack and attending the premiere of the concert movie, will debut with two one-hour episodes before moving on Dec. 20 to its regularly scheduled time of Sundays at 10 p.m.

-- Greg Braxton

Photo: From left, Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon at rehearsal for their reunion tour. Credit: Point 7 Entertainment

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How sad that it takes the death of your famous family member to put you back in the spotlight and make you "relevant" again. Who was looking for these guys to put together a reunion concert before now? Nobody, that's who.

Talk about attention whores...

The Loser Chronicles...wotta concept.

I can't imagine anyone tuning in even outta curiosity because no one cares about the "loser" Jacksons.

If Katherine is true to her word and keeps MJ's kids off the show, there is no audience.

Disgusting...just disgusting. A&E has already waffled on whether or not the kids will be a part of this show. I find it inexcusable that they would become the equivalent of tabloid journalists by exploiting these children.

And the latest, old Papa Joe seems to think that the estate should pay him a monthly stipend.

Funny how Michael specifically left his father out of his Will...Joe seems to think he's going to make an end run at Michael's money.


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