OWN throws a “Party at Tiffany’s”

U.S. cable net OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network will launch Entertainment One-produced series Party at Tiffany's (pictured), set around girls' party planner Tiffany Young, on December 3.
December 2, 2011

U.S. cable net OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network will launch the six-episode series Party at Tiffany’s (pictured), set around girls’ party planner Tiffany Young, on December 3.

The half-hour series premieres with two episodes back-to-back before it settles into its regular time period on December 10 at 9 p.m. EST. It is produced by Entertainment One, with executive producers John Morayniss, Michael Kot and Tara Long.

Party planner Young is the owner of the Pink Pastry Parlor in Atlanta, Georgia, which caters to specialty parties for all ages. Over the course of the series, viewers will see a “Poodles in Paris” birthday party, a slumber party, and a party for a 12-year-old recording artist. The premiere episode features the party planners putting together a Latin dance party for a girl’s seventh birthday.

“Her goal is to celebrate pink power and female empowerment through dessert, entertainment and socialite-ing,” says the network of Young.

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