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TLC lines up bridal programming

U.S. cable net TLC is amping up its wedding content with two specials - Bada Bling Brides and Jersey Brides - and a series, Along for the Bride, which are to join the previously announced Brides of Beverly Hills (pictured).
October 11, 2012

U.S. cable net TLC is amping up its wedding content with two specials – Bada Bling Brides and Jersey Brides - and a series, Along for the Bride, which are to join the previously announced Brides of Beverly Hills (pictured).

Produced by NorthSouth Productions, Bada Bling Brides is a one-hour special centered on the D’Agostino family bridal store, which has a clientele of Italian-American brides, as the D’Agostino’s only daughter is about to be married.  It premieres on November 8 at 10 p.m. EST/PST.

TLC will air two back-t0-back 30-minute specials of Jersey Brides on November 15 at 10 p.m. EST/PST. Produced by ITV Studios, the two-part specials go inside Bijou Bridal, a New Jersey bridal boutique owned by sisters Joyce and Julie Jou, and looks at over-the-top bridal gowns and the women who pick them for their big day.

On November 22 at 10 p.m. EST/PST, the network will premiere Along for the Bride (w/t), a High Noon Entertainment series on bridesmaids and maid of honors, the women who help plan, organize and support the bride through everything.

The three titles will join the second season of Brides of Beverly Hills. The Planetworks series will debut on November 2 at 10 p.m., and is following quickly on the heels of its season one, which recently launched. The new 15-episode season will continue to follow bridal stylist Renée Strauss and her team, which includes celebrity florist Kevin Lee, as they work for Beverly Hills brides.

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