Three 6 Mafia will star in MTV reality series Adventures in Hollyhood

MTV has ordered a reality show that will follow the Three Six Mafia.

Adventures in Hollyhood follows the group “as they endeavor to become Hollywood players,” according to Variety. Specifically, the series “will follow the group’s main members, Juicy J and DJ Paul, and their entourage as they make their way from Memphis to Los Angeles,” the AP reports.

Eight half-hour episodes of the show will debut sometime in the first three months of 2007. The show is produced in part by Katalyst Films, Ashton Kutcher’s production company.

MTV reality series for ‘Pimp’ rappers [Variety]
Three 6 Mafia to star in new reality show [AP]

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