America's FIRST Reality Broadcast TV Show: In Da House
Stanley T. In Da House (Full Title) was America's first Reality Broadcast TV show created and produced in 1992/1993 and became the #1 highest rated tv show on WTXF FOX29 Philadelphia airing weekly on Saturday afternoons from 2:30 - 3:00pm (1993-1994). Creator/Director Robin C. Adams details the history of the show's creation with the first celebrity guests, Philly's own BOYZ II Men.
During the 1990s, Boyz II Men gained international success. This began with the release of top 5 singles "Motownphilly" and "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday" in 1991, followed by the number one single "End of the Road" in 1992, which reached the top of charts worldwide. "End of the Road" set a new record for longevity, staying at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for thirteen weeks. Boyz II Men proceeded to break this record with the subsequent releases of "I'll Make Love to You" and "One Sweet Day" (with Mariah Carey), which, at fourteen and sixteen weeks respectively, each set new records for the total number of weeks at number one. "I'll Make Love to You" also topped the charts in Australia (for four weeks) and garnered international success.
Consequently, Boyz II Men is among the music industry's elite with regard to time spent at number one in Billboard history with 50 cumulative weeks, ranking fourth behind Presley, The Beatles, and Carey. Furthermore, when "On Bended Knee" took the number one spot away from "I'll Make Love to You", Boyz II Men became only the third artists ever (after The Beatles and Presley) to replace themselves at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. These achievements were enough to earn Boyz II Men recognition as Billboard magazine's biggest boy band during the period of 1987 to 2012.
MORE about Boyz II Men: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boyz_II_Men
Produced by Michael Helman. Production Coordinator: Jeffrey Campbell. Editor: Peter K.S. Ro (NBCUniversal)
Executive Producer/Host: Stanley T. Evans. VP Sales/Marketing: H. Robert Muzac | HRMiMEDIA
Audio Technicians: Kenji Tanaka, Andy Ferullo. Transportation: Marcus Rogers