Sky have today announced that Steps will be back on Sky Living in the spring, for a second series of their fly on the wall documentary, Steps Reunion.
Cameras will follow Lisa Scott-Lee, Claire Richards, Faye Tozer, Lee Latchford-Evans, and Ian “H” Watkins as they rehearse, recriminate and rub salt in old wounds in the run up to their sell out 22 date UK tour.
With unprecedented access to the group, viewers will be able to share the groups every dance class, vocal session and costume fitting with the pressure on for the biggest comeback tour of the decade. Viewers will get an insight into their domestic lives too.
“We were all hooked on Steps Reunion as we watched the band talk candidly about one of the biggest pop fall-outs in recent history. So we’re thrilled to be giving our customers the opportunity to follow them on the next leg of their journey – their huge come-back tour,” Said Jane Johnson, Director of Sky Living.
“The twists and turns as they balance intense rehearsals with their busy family lives promise to be equally compelling. The most exciting pop comeback of the decade will be played out this spring on Sky Living!”
In the last series, Sky Living followed the fractious meetings and tension inside the recording studio, as the essential 90s pop group came together for the first time in a 10 years to re-release their greatest hits album. The explosive series launch was the highest rated unscripted series on Living in 2011 with 1.3m viewers tuning in each week.
The series will air in Spring 2012.
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