Everything is getting remakes and revivals so why not another beloved early millennium show?
Diddy teased fans by responding to a Twitter exchange between Seth Rogen, DJ Heat and Wale that took place in April where they spoke about “Making The Band”.
“@MTV called me about bringing it back, should I?” Diddy asked on Monday.
He then posted a very distracting video where he talks about bringing “Making The Band” back while getting his hair done and beard trimmed.
The rapper says that if this goes through it “will go down in television history.”
Although he does have some hesitations in bringing the show back like trying to find time in his schedule. He also adds, “something so great, sometimes you don’t need to mess with it.”
The largest problem with a remake is that he doesn’t think there are enough up and coming artists that could handle his “intense coaching” in the way he “moulds and shapes superstars.”
Diddy the tells his fans that he is “on the fence” but they can have a say if he should partner with MTV in bringing back the reality series by tweeting, “@Diddy #IWantMyMTB”.
After gaining fan attraction, Diddy and MTV are officially bringing back “Making The Band”.
While the series is scheduled for a 2020 release, the global casting call began Monday across all major social media platforms to find the next breakout superstar.
“Making the Band” first premiered on MTV in 2002 and discovered the acts Danity Kane, Day26, Da Band and Donnie Klang.