New TV Series Lets Fans Catch Up With Celebrities of 90s, 00s

By US Daily Review Staff.

Have you ever wondered what’s up with some of your favorite TV, movie or pop stars from the last 20 years?  VH1 will give you the exclusive details with “Miss You Much,” hosted by actress-comedienne Catherine Reitman.  Not all young celebrities end up with a mug shot and an arrest record.  Some have moved on to careers outside of entertainment, while many are still active in showbiz. “Miss You Much,” the 8-episode, half-hour series will premiere in September of 2012.

Each week, “Miss You Much” will profile three of your favorite celebrities and take a peek inside at what they are doing now with their lives.  Catherine spends a day with each celebrity and asks the questions all adoring fans would love to ask – even getting a little too ‘personal’ at times.  Some of the celebs who will share what they have been up to include: Jamie Walters(90210), Jeff Timmons (98 Degrees), Lark Voorhies (Saved By the Bell), Jeremy Miller (Growing Pains), Romeo (rapper) andJeremy Jackson (Baywatch).

“‘Miss You Much’ taps into our viewers’ love for 90s and early 00s nostalgia with engaging, positive updates on the famous faces that were plastered across the teen tabloids and on their bedroom walls,” said Jeff Olde, EVP Original Programming and Production.  “Catherine Reitman is the perfect host, catching up with the idols of her youth with a grown-up’s curiosity – and a kid’s geeky, yet reverent enthusiasm.”

VH1’s “Miss You Much” is executive produced by Shelly Tatro, Karla Hidalgo and Jeff Olde for VH1.

For more information on VH1, visit VH1.com, the VH1 Facebook page and @VH1 on Twitter.

VH1 connects viewers to the music, artists and pop culture that matter to them most with TV series, specials, live events, exclusive online content and public affairs initiatives. VH1 is available in 99 million households in the U.S. VH1 also has an array of digital channels and services including VH1Classic, VH1 Soul, VH1 Mobile, and extensive video on VH1.com. Connect with VH1 at VH1.com.

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