'Lost Boys' Found: A&E Reunites The Coreys

In the '80s, Corey Haim and Corey Feldman were the biggest stars in the land. They're not anymore, which is why they're now the stars of a new A&E reality series.

A&E has ordered up eight episodes of the tentatively titled "The Coreys: Return of the Lost Boys," which documents the more recent events in the lives of the stars of "Blown Away," "License to Drive," "Dream a Little Dream" and, of course, "Lost Boys."

As fans of "The Surreal Life" know, Corey Feldman has settled down with the love of his life, Susie. He's married and living in a quiet suburban community and, as fans of those Trivial Pursuit commercials know, he's even started acting again. But when the entirely less stable -- as well as broke and homeless -- Corey Haim moves in with the newlyweds, how can hilarity possibly not ensue?

Both Coreys will executive produce along with Scott Carlson and Greg Goldman.

A&E has also ordered up 13 episodes of "Paranormal U," a half-hour series focusing on the members of one of the first university sanctioned Paranormal Research Societies (PRS) at Penn State. They're college kids by day, but at night they investigate various unexplainable phenomena.

"'The Coreys' and 'Paranormal U' are perfect complements to A&E's successful Real-Life series, looking at compelling characters and delving into their lives with unwavering candor and great storytelling," says Bob DeBitetto, executive vice president and general manager for the network.