Make way for the male TWICE!
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4 Aug 2017 - 1:46 PM  UPDATED 4 Aug 2017 - 1:46 PM

There's yet another K-pop survival show on the way, this time from JYP Entertainment.

According to Naver, the agency is teaming up with Mnet to produce 'SIXTEEN 2,' which will document the creation of JYP's next boy band.

As most fans know, the original SIXTEEN, which aired in 2015, created TWICE, who are now considered the industry's top girl group.

The new show is aiming to premiere in Autumn (late September to late December), but the group itself probably won't debut until next year.

Previous reports stated that the group will debut in June 2018, but that may have been moved forward now due to the TV show.

Will you be tuning in?


 

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