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Neoz School to appear on Mnet's new idol survival show?

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Rumors of a brand new idol survival show have resurfaced. 

Beginning May 2, Mnet will be launching Cube boy group Pentagon's brand new debut reality show through online media platform 'M2'. However, it seems that another idol survival program may be in the making, this time surrounding FNC Entertainment's trainee group Neoz School

According to a report, the show will divide the Neoz School trainees into two teams - a band team and a dance team. The two teams will compete in a variety of survival rounds, with the final winning team earning the prize of debut. 

The show is said to air some time in mid-May, if reports are true. 

Do you want to see Neoz School split up in this upcoming survival show?

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    sonny_mercy Monday, May 2, 2016

    Honestly both will eventually debute. It's like Winner. They wont disband the other team because they invested money into them, and best believe they'll try to recoup.

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    sonny_mercy Monday, May 2, 2016

    Ppl r saying they should be together...fam this isn't like Winner where they were similar groups. Its a band & dance group, they're completely different. You can't just force them together. It's like saying JYP should combine DAY6 & GOT7 lol

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    abby_music_99 Sunday, May 1, 2016

    Honestly they already had to compete to debut against i think N.fly and lost! don't put them through another survival show! they work 10 times better as OT9! I love all of them!!! PLEASE DONT DO THIS FNC!!!!

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    babyblackjack Sunday, May 1, 2016

    A band team vs. a dance team. Wtf. So basically one team that focuses on vocals and one that focuses on dancing. Might as well put the two together to build ONE STRONG TEAM.

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    LemonJelly Friday, April 29, 2016

    NO. PLEASE. NO. I mean, why are they planning to split them, when actually they are working all fine together? I hope they don't split them...When I watch survival shows they always split and take away members...I DON'T WANT THIS AGAIN TO HAPPEN.

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    bulletproofb2uty Friday, April 29, 2016

    Please no!!

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    ValeriC Thursday, April 28, 2016

    I really hope this shoe doesn't happen. I want OT9 and not two separate groups. They'll me more successful as 9, in my opinion, then two different groups. Let's hope Neoz trainees will debut together and not separately.

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    gigi9 Thursday, April 28, 2016

    Damn YG the trend setter I don't know what's with him and survivals..I hope no one goes thru what those YG kids had to go thru, poor Bobby and BI had to do SMTM3 and mix&match at the same time right after the diabolical WIN, also BIGBANG went thru this it was just not made into a show, I guess the new GG will do it as well I mean he wudnt be YG if he didnt

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    epilicious Thursday, April 28, 2016

    LET ALL 9 OF THEM DEBUT!!!!

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    Wonpil Thursday, April 28, 2016

    Why would FNC drop lession videos, dance videos , and a photo album just to put the group through a survival program? It makes no sense to me.. I haven't seen an official say in either of their socialmedias. You don't need a survival show to make the group popular, I've been following neoz since January, and their popularity is seriously rising, a OT9 debut will be successful for Neoz. Trust me FNC, don't consider a survival show. Debut OT9!!

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