10 items from 2015
We tv has greenlit a new docuseries, “Selling It: In The Atl.”
The new series will debut six, one-hour episodes and comes hot on the heels of We tv freshman series “Cutting It: In The Atl.”
“Selling It: In The Atl” will follow seven female professionals changing the face of Atlanta real estate. The series will show the women use their business prowess and larger-than-life personalities to close deals in the booming Atlanta housing economy.
“Atlanta is a flourishing city, rich with diverse personalities and compelling stories for We tv to showcase,” We tv’s president Marc Juris said in a statement. “So many of our originals including “Cutting It,” “Braxton Family Values” and “Mary Mary” have ties to the Atlanta community, which has helped us cultivate a loyal audience in the market. “Selling It” is a great addition to our slate and helps further our commitment to stories about all kinds of relationships. »
- Jacob Bryant
Building on the success of its Atlanta-focused franchise, We tv has greenlighted new docu-series Selling It: In the Atl. The six-episode hour-long series, which comes on the heels of the freshman season of Cutting It: In The Atl, will premiere at 10 Pm Thursday, November 5. Cutting It was recently renewed for a 10-episode second season. Selling It: In The Atl follows seven diverse female professionals who are changing the face of Atlanta real estate. In an industry once… »
We tv’s freshman series “Cutting It: In the Atl” has been greenlit for a second season, the network announced Tuesday. The show reached 4.5 million total viewers during its first season, with the finale ranked as its most watched episode. We tv has ordered 10 one-hour episodes, up from nine in season one. Across the cable landscape, “Cutting It: In the Atl” ranked as a top-five new unscripted summer series among women 25-54, and a top-five freshman series on We tv among all key adult and female demos and total viewers. The show also ranked as the second highest-rated new original unscripted. »
- Joe Otterson
On the heels of a strong freshman season, We tv has ordered 10 one-hour episodes of Cutting It: In The Atl, up from nine episodes in Season 1. Cutting It: In the Atl follows four glamorous and headstrong salon owners as they compete to dominate the Atlanta hair game. It pulled in 4.5 million total viewers in Season 1, and ranked as a top five unscripted summer series among women 25-54 and and top five freshman series among all key adult and female demos and total… »
Primetime Cable Report: Moving to a new night, MTV’s Teen Mom II kicked off its sixth season Thursday with a solid 1.14 rating in adults 18-49 and 1.953 million viewers overall, in line with where it left off its fifth season last October (on Wednesday) and solidifying itself as the network’s top-rated series. According to Nielsen “live plus same-day” estimates, it stood as cable’s No. 2 program of the night in adults 18-49 and No. 1 in adults 18-34 (1.44) and all female demos. And among women 18-34, its 2.2 rating led all of television, miles ahead of CBS’ “Big Brother” (1.5).
Lip Sync Battle, which had a very good first season for Spike in the spring, returned softer on Thursday (0.60 rating in 18-49, 1.273 million viewers overall), with these numbers right at the show’s previous low-water marks. The reality show opened last April with a 0.94 in the demo and about 2 million viewers, and »
- Rick Kissell
“Lewis and Clark” is the latest HBO miniseries to film in Georgia; the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill story takes root in Atlanta; and “Cutting It” makes the cut on We-tv. It’s this week's Atlanta News Roundup. "Lewis and Clark" Travels to GeorgiaHBO’s “Lewis and Clark,” starring Casey Affleck, will be filming in Conyers, Ga., and the surrounding Rockdale County area. Tom Hanks’ Playtone Productions, Brad Pitt’s Plan B, and Edward Norton’s Class 5 Films will produce the six-hour miniseries. The D.C. Saga of Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill to Film in AtlantaThough set in Washington, D.C., HBO’s “Confirmation”—about the 1991 Clarence Thomas Supreme Court hearings—will be filming in Atlanta, with pre-production set to start soon. Kerry Washington will play Anita Hill, the former Clarence Thomas aide who accused him of sexual harassment, and Wendell Pierce will play Thomas. "Cutting It": The »
TV Picks: Hair in the African American community is an expensive big deal. Ask Chris Rock. Atlanta has many of America’s most in-demand hair stylists and, at the top, competition is the most cutthroat. Cutting It: In the Atl follows four glamorous and headstrong salon owners, as they compete to dominate the Atlanta hair game. In the Atl hair community, you keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.Get ready for a wild season of ‘dos, disses and divas in Cutting It: In the Atl, premiering May 21st at 10p Et/Pt on We tv following the premiere Braxton Family Values.Meet […] »
- April Neale
“Cutting It: In the Atl” will chronicle the hair salon scene in Atlanta, following four salon owners who vie for customers, top stylists and prestige. The new show will bow in May; 10 hourlong episodes have been ordered,
Lauren Gellert, We TV’s exec VP of development and original programming, expressed excitement over the new show. “With the addition of ‘Cutting It’ to our slate, we are strengthening an already incredible lineup of unscripted series that are attracting a diverse audience and stirring chatter across the social-sphere,” Gellert said.
- Marianne Zumberge
We TV is bolstering its unscripted original series lineup with the return of Mary Mary and L.A. Hair for 10-episode fourth seasons and the greenlighting of new series Cutting It: In The Atl. Mary Mary returns Thursday March 5 at 10 Pm, picking up with the story of Erica and Tina Campbell as they juggle their bourgeoning career as a musical duo, Erica's solo career and the challenges Tina faces in the aftermath of her husband's infidelity. Mary Mary‘s third season doubled… »
London — U.K. production company Kudos, which is part of Endemol Shine Group, has appointed Diederick Santer and Dan Isaacs as joint chief executives. The pair succeed Jane Featherstone, who leaves in May. Santer will lead creatively, and Isaacs commercially.
Kudos has been responsible for some of the U.K.’s most innovative dramas, including “Spooks” (known as “Mi-5” Stateside), “Hustle,” “Life on Mars” and its sequel “Ashes to Ashes,” “The Hour,” conspiracy thriller “Utopia” (not to be confused with the Fox reality show of the same name), and “Broadchurch,” which has travelled to more than 150 territories, and airs on BBC America in the U.S.
Tim Hincks, president of Endemol Shine Group, said: “Diederick and Dan both know implicitly what makes Kudos »
- Leo Barraclough
10 items from 2015
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.See our NewsDesk partners