Prince Was In Talks for Reality Show Before His Death

12/13/2016
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(Radio.com) Prince was reportedly in talks with Netflix for a reality series centered on his home of Paisley Park. The late icon's home in Minnesota could very well have been a part of Prince fans' weekly viewing entertainment, a spokesperson for Netflix recently confirmed.

The company reveal that they was in "discussions" with Prince about the series, however nothing was solidified before his untimely death in April, Billboard reports.

Photographer Maya Washington, who is also a friend of Prince, reportedly told GQ that he had talked about the show. It seems the "Purple Rain" singer was less than thrilled about the idea and told Washington he didn't want to be in it. Read more here.

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