Mission Man Band

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Mission Man Band
Genre Reality
Created by MTV UK/VH1
Developed by Tijuana Entertainment
Starring Bryan Abrams
Rich Cronin
Chris Kirkpatrick
Jeff Timmons
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 7
Executive producer(s) Troy Searer
John Foy
Kennedy Etc.
Running time 30 mins.
Original network VH1
Original release August 6, 2007 – January 1, 2008

Mission: Man Band (also known as SureShot, Totally Boyband and Band of Men) is an American reality series that first aired on VH1 on August 6, 2007.


The show is based on a format produced by MTV UK (Totally Boyband), in which a boy band is formed with various members of successful pop acts from the past. The show follows the production, recording, performance and behind-the-scenes action involved in the run-up to the launch of their first single as a new group.

The band, which calls itself Sureshot, consists of four members:

The band lived together for three weeks in Kirkpatrick's home in Orlando, Florida, and collectively wrote and produced songs with the help of professionals from the music industry, multi-Grammy winner and nominee, music producer Bryan Michael Cox, music manager Katie McNeil and vocal coach Gerry Williams as cameras followed their every move. On January 23, 2007, the band performed at halftime of an Orlando Magic basketball game, where they ended up being booed from the arena after their performance. The performance was filmed by VH1. On January 30, the band performed at Mansion in Miami, Florida, also filmed by VH1. Shooting for the show took place between January 15 and February 2, 2007.

The show is produced by Tijuana Entertainment, the same producing team behind Breaking Bonaduce and Shooting Sizemore.

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