Bravo raises Magical Elves’ “Motherhood”

The NBCUniversal-owned network has set an April premiere date for its parenting docuseries There Goes the Motherhood (pictured).
March 11, 2016

NBCUniversal-owned network Bravo Media has set an April premiere for its parenting docuseries There Goes the Motherhood (pictured).

Produced by Magical Elves, the series will follow six mothers accepted into an in-demand, eight-week-long “mommy group” in Los Angeles led by parenting expert Jill Spivack.

The series, which is set to capture the truths behind modern motherhood, sees the group of women use Spivack’s weekly classes as an opportunity to “vent about shared frustrations, exchange parenting tips, open up about their relationships and bond over the unpredictable ride that is motherhood.”

Featured mothers include Beth Bowen, a mother of four and fitness guru; Jen Bush, a single mother looking to get back into the dating scene; Meghan Conroy-Resich, a free-spirited, stay-at-home mom; Stefanie Fair, a songwriter and mother of three boys and one girl; Leah Forester, a stylist and restaurant entrepreneur, as well as a mother to twins; and Alisa Starler, a former film executive and mother to one son.

Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz serve as executive producers.

There Goes the Motherhood is to premiere on April 20 at 10 p.m. EST/PST on Bravo.

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