Unscripted

Lifetime adds four unscripted series to slate

Lifetime Television has announced three new reality programs, in addition to the already <ahref='https://www.realscreen.com/articles/news/20101012/klumkids.html?'>announced Heidi Klum-hosted Seriously Funny Kids, debuting on February 1, from LMNO Productions. One Born Every Minute shares the February 1 launch date, and is an eight-part one-hour series from Reveille Independent. The hospital docuseries focuses on a maternity ward at a hospital in Columbus, Ohio, filming 24/7 to capture every moment, and is based on the UK format.
A set of identical quadruplet sisters are the focus of Quad Squad (w/t), a reality series from Asylum Entertainment. Premiering on February 9, the series follows the unique quads through their senior year of high school.
Lastly, workplace docuseries Glamour Belles will premiere February 9 as well. The six-part half-hour series from Magilla Entertainment heads to a pageant gown shop in Tennessee, with colorful characters and drama.
January 7, 2011

Lifetime Television has announced three new reality programs, in addition to the already announced Heidi Klum-hosted Seriously Funny Kids, debuting on February 1, from LMNO Productions. One Born Every Minute shares the February 1 launch date, and is an eight-part one-hour series from Reveille Independent. The hospital docuseries focuses on a maternity ward at a hospital in Columbus, Ohio, filming 24/7 to capture every moment, and is based on the UK format.
A set of identical quadruplet sisters are the focus of Quad Squad (w/t), a reality series from Asylum Entertainment. Premiering on February 9, the series follows the unique quads through their senior year of high school.
Lastly, workplace docuseries Glamour Belles will premiere February 9 as well. The six-part half-hour series from Magilla Entertainment heads to a pageant gown shop in Tennessee, with colorful characters and drama.

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