WE: Women's Entertainment will develop its first scripted series and original
movie as part of an ambitious original-programming slate for the 2002-03
The women's network will produce eight new series and three original films as
part of its new schedule, executive vice president Marty Von Ruden said.
The original show, The Tinsley Bumble Show, will parody the
reality-show genre by placing a fictional character in real-life situations
often found in reality programming. It'll debut in November.
Also that month, WE will debut its first original movie, Between
Strangers, starring Sophia Loren (in her 100th film), Mira Sorvino and