MTV has greenlighted a new reality series, If You Really Knew Me, the network announced today. Described as a reality version of The Breakfast Club, the show follows five high school students from different social groups as they experience Challenge Day, “a transformative one-day program that breaks down barriers between cliques, curbs prejudice, and profoundly changes the way the students view both their school and each other,” according to MTV’s press release. MTV has ordered 12 episodes, with a premiere slated for the fourth quarter of 2010.
Jan 29 2010 01:36 PM ET
MTV greenlights new series 'If You Really Knew Me'
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