Longtime supporters of the Goodie Mob will be treated to “The Cee Lo Life,” a new reality television program set to document the group’s reunion, according to the Hollywood Reporter and FUSE.  

Reports indicate that the series will follow Goodie Mob as they prepare to release their reunion album, Age Against the Machine

Michael Wright, head of programming at TBS, talked about the show, as reported by the Hollywood Reporter

“This new TBS series will give viewers the chance to get to know Cee Lo Green, who is without a doubt one of the hardest working men in show business. ‘The Cee Lo Life’ is certain to be a smart, fun and funny journey packed with a lot of great music,” Wright noted. 

Goodie Mob’s Age Against the Machine will be out June 18, as reported in early April. Last year, Cee Lo spoke about the group’s reunion, saying that they were “never separate from each other completely.” 

The group originally formed in 1991. It consists of four members, Cee Lo, Big Gipp, Khujo and T-Mo. They released sevaral albums together, including their debut, 1995’s Soul Food. However, in 2004, Cee Lo left the group to pursue a solo career. The group then released One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show. After years apart, their reunion album was originally meant to be called We Sell Drugs Too and it was meant to be released in 2011. Those plans were changed and now it appears Age Against the Machine will be out in June

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