Multi-platform programming brand DanceOn, in partnership with Mommy & Me Entertainment and Verizon’s mobile-first platform go90, has given the greenlight to Raising Heaven.
The 6 x 22-minute digital reality series (pictured) will follow Tianne King as she attempts to balance motherhood with building a career in the dance industry. In addition, King will manage the burgeoning career of her daughter and YouTube star Heaven while attempting to ensure she remains a normal six-year-old in New York City.
Heaven’s dance to Silento’s “Watch Me (Whip, Nae/Nae)” has received more than 175 million video views, making it the top trending video of 2015.
“Audiences fell in love with Heaven and Tianne through their many breakout dance videos,” said DanceOn CEO Amanda Taylor in a statement. “We are thrilled to be giving fans this exciting original series that invites them into the inspiring and dynamic lives of the King family.”
DanceOn’s Jennifer Stander and Christine Cavalieri serve as executive producers on the series alongside Mommy & Me Entertainment’s Tianne King, Heaven King and Willie “Prophet” Stiggers.
Raising Heaven premieres Oct. 24, with new episodes available to stream every Monday exclusively on DanceOn’s go90 channel.
Originally founded as DanceOn, the firm revealed at a NewFronts event in May that it had launched musically-inclined parent company Izo to oversee the DanceOn MCN brand going forward.
Izo, which is a programming partner for go90, is scheduled to produce 25 original series for the platform through 2017. Additional series returning later this year include kids choreography competition series Dance-Off Juniors and Nigel Lythgoe‘s Every Single Step.