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MTV's helping ya move past the friend zone


 
Ever wanted to be more than just friends with your best guy friend? Well MTV has developed a new show, Friendzone, about real teens that are in the same boat as you—and it’s premiering Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m.


Here’s how it works: In each episode, girls or guys ask their best friend, whom they are secretly in love with, to help them plan a blind date for someone else they like. The catch? The blind date is really for the two of them! Will the best friend share the same feelings? Or will things become awkward, as they don’t feel the same way?


Be sure to check out what happens when the series premieres Nov. 1. Hey, there may just be hope for you and your crush.


Catch a sneak peek at the series below…
 
 
 

BY ANA D’AMBROGI ON 10/28/2011 7:00:00 AM

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