A DJ AM-project left in limbo will reportedly see the light of day.
Sources close to MTV claim the network has chosen to Gone Too Far, an Intervention-esque series that was completed shortly before the celeb deejay’s August death. In the eight episodes filmed, the former drug user was seen trying to help others with their addiction problems.
Although it’s believed DJ AM (real name Adam Goldstein) may have died as a result of an overdose, it’s hoped the series will highlight Goldstein’s message rather than exploit his death.
No air date has yet been announced for the program. The networks execs are working closely with Adam’s family about the rumored unveiling.
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Adam Goldstein’s sudden death on Friday came just weeks before a reality project he had been working on was set to premiere.
Goldstein (a.k.a. DJ AM) had been collaborating with MTV on an Intervention-esque series for the channel. In the eight episodes already shot, Adam, a former drug user, devoted his time to help others with addiction. Now it’s not known whether Gone Too Far will ever air.
Although official an autopsy on the 36-year-old has not yet been completed (toxicology and tissue results are still needed), sources are claiming that drugs were found in Goldstein’s apartment at the time of his death. Adam, who may have been distraught over a recent breakup, was reportedly in the possession of crack when his body was discovered.
Read More | Variety
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