OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network has added six original series to its roster, including shows from Relativity Real, Pilgrim Films & Television and Kinetic Content.
Confronting documents the mediation process where a victim and offender come together to attain closure, and is produced by Relativity Real, while I Owe You My Life looks at real life heroes, and is produced by Skip Film.
In Kinetic Content’s series Louie Spence Dance Project, British choreographer Louie Spence is brought to New York City to revive the Broadway Dance Center.
My Mom and Me documents typical mother-daughter relationships, getting to the root of issues with the help of a therapist. The series is produced by Firecracker Films.
Pilgrim Films & Television’ Sweetie Pies follows 1960s backup singer and former Ikette Robbie Montgomery as she operates her family-oriented eatery, Sweetie Pies.
Finally, True Entertainment’s Unfaithful: Stories of Betrayal tells the stories of couples who have suffered and survived infidelity in their marriages.
OWN has also ordered six more episodes of Ask Oprah’s All Stars, Enough Already! With Peter Walsh, In the Bedroom with Dr. Laura Berman, and eight episodes of Oprah Presents Master Class. The renewals follow the previously announced pick up of Our America with Lisa Ling.
“After four months on the air it’s great to be able to renew series that connected with our audience,” said Christina Norman, chief executive officer of OWN. “Our new shows will continue to bring viewers more compelling characters sharing their real life journeys that entertain, engage and inspire.”