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Jackson Family Pitches Reality Series

In time, the Michael Jackson jury may regret its decision.

Case in point: The Hollywood Reporter says the Jackson family is shopping a six-episode reality series to TV networks.

Take a moment to settle your stomach.

The series -- which has yet to be purchased by a network -- would show how the family rallied around Michael following his indictment in late 2003. It's unclear which family members would be featured in the series, but you can bet there'll be plenty of Jesus Juice and Moonwalking flowing through Neverland.

According to the Reporter, representatives began contacting networks last week, well before Jackson was found not guilty on all charges. -- Mac Slocum

Posted by Mac at June 15, 2005 12:20 PM | TrackBack

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