Unscripted

Leftfield Pictures tackles “Monster In-Laws” for A&E

A&E puts the spotlight on meddling in-laws in a new reality series that aims to reconcile spouses with their in-laws, premiering on October 24.
September 12, 2011

A&E puts the spotlight on meddling in-laws in a new reality series that aims to reconcile spouses with their in-laws, premiering  on October 24.

With the help of a  no-nonsense relationship expert, Monster In-Laws, originally announced in May, will aim to bring featured families under one roof to force everyone to face their problems head on.

Each 30-minute episode from the Pawn Stars producers will feature married couples teaming up with former trial lawyer and relationship expert Mel Robbins, and psychology, counseling and human development expert Dr. Tom Kersting, as they use rather unique techniques to facilitate communication, such as tying the families up with rope or duct taping the in-laws mouths shut to get them to listen.

Executive producers for Leftfield Pictures are Brent Montgomery and Courtney Montgomery. Executive producers for A&E are David McKillop, Elaine Frontain Bryant and Stephen Harris.

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