The late Mac Miller will be getting a special tribute when MTV brings back his reality show for a limited run.
Sources at MTV tell The Blast they are dusting off the old copies of "Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family" to run as a tribute to the hip-hop star in the coming weeks.
In case you don't remember, Miller made two seasons of his reality show back in 2012, and the show ran through 2014. It centered on him and his friends moving out to Los Angeles and recording his next album.
MTV doesn't have specific details yet, but the tribute block of shows is just one of many ways the network plans on paying homage to Miller. Since his passing, MTV has been piecing together archival footage of Miller to share with fans.
As we first reported, the 26-year-old rapper's death has been "deferred" until the medical examiner can get the toxicology results.