After calling TV One's pending biopic on their career "disrespectful" it seems Xscape is taking matters into their own hands, with a new series on Bravo.

A few months ago, the group announced a reunion and tour and now, Bravo will reportedly be handling a docuseries on the veteran R&B group, which includes Kandi Burruss, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, and Latocha and Tamika Scott. The show will debut in November and is currently filming in the group's hometown, Atlanta. As expected, producer Mona Scott-Young will produced the series. Back in May, it was reported that Scott-Young was shopping their authorized documentary to various networks, so it seems that Bravo was up to the task.

“Xscape has had a huge impact on music and are one of the most successful female groups of all time,” Scott-Young said in a statement. “Monami Entertainment is honored to be charged with bringing the authorized Xscape story to the world.”

As for the TV One documentary, it is still reportedly in the works. According to the LA TimesWho Can I Run To: The Xscape Story, is reportedly inspired by their Unsung episode from back in 2015. The episode was the network's highest-rated in the show’s nine-year run.

Bravo's docuseries on the platinum-selling group will premiere in November.


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