Plans are reportedly in the works for a reality TV show centered around Prince’s family.

The late icon’s estate recently requested a judge to block the release of an EP titled Deliverance, which was compiled posthumously by former Prince engineer George Ian Boxill. A court has since ordered Boxill to hand the recordings over to the musician’s family.

According to TMZ, Prince’s estate actually wanted to hold back the recordings is so they can use them in a reality TV show. The program, which is still in the development stages, will reportedly focus on how the family’s lives have changed since the late star’s death last April.

Last month, a huge Prince mural appeared outside a venue in north London on the anniversary of his death. The mural was commissioned by climate charity 10:10 in honor of Prince’s contributions to environmental causes and to launch a six-week campaign to provide solar panels to food banks and charities.

Read next: The 10 greatest Prince albums (that are finally available to stream)



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