WeTV will welcome 2011 with new seasons of a pair of extant series, and the bows of two more original shows.
Docuseries Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best? will premiere on Thursday Jan. 20 at 9 p.m. (ET/PT), followed by the debut of A Stand Up Mother at 10 p.m.
On Jan. 2, during its "Ultimate Wedding Sunday" lineup, We will debut a fourth season of its My Fair Wedding with David Tutera and the fifth campaign of Rich Bride, Poor Bride at 9 p.m. and 10 p.m., respectively.
In the eight-episode Joan Knows Best?, Joan moves from New York to Los Angeles to be with Melissa and help raise her grandson, Cooper.
A Stand Up Mother follows comedian Tammy Pescatelli over six one-hour installments as she juggles her rising comedy career in Los Angeles with raising her son in Meadville, Penn., close to her loud, extended family.
The newest season of My Fair Wedding with David Tutera features a dozen one-hour episodes showasing all-new brides, all-new stories and all-new exciting transformations, every Sunday night at 9 p.m. The series' third season was its best to date, registering a 17% gains among women 18 to 49 and 9% uptick among women 25 to 54, over its second-season performance.
We, in conjunction with Simon & Shuster, is supporting the upcoming campaign with the release of a companion wedding guide, My Fair Wedding, which will hit bookstores on Jan. 11. In addition to featuring stories of the most memorable brides from previous seasons, the book includes expert tools for creating an unforgettable wedding affair.
Leading out from My Fair Wedding, Rich Bride, Poor Bride showcases couples aiming to stay within a budget. But when costs collide with expectations, emotions and drama take center stage. The network has ordered a dozen new episodes for the show's fifth season.