FIND OUT WHO REALLY IS THE MOST IMPORTANT WOMAN IN EVERY MAN�S LIFE WHEN 'MOMMA'S BOYS' -- NEW REALITY DATING SERIES FROM RYAN SEACREST PRODUCTIONS AND GLASSMAN MEDIA -- PREMIERES OCTOBER 29 ON NBC
In Addition, Casting Calls Begin for Season Two of "Momma�s Boys" Across the United States, Including New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Miami, Washington, D.C., Madison, Baton Rouge, Louisville and New Orleans
BURBANK, Calif. � October 2, 2008 � "Momma�s Boys," the mother of all reality dating shows -- from multimedia talent-producer, Ryan Seacrest of Ryan Seacrest Productions (RSP), and Glassman Media -- will debut on Wednesday, October 29 from 9-10 p.m. ET. The series centers on three possessive, yet loving mothers who must help their complacent sons choose the perfect woman -- and ultimately poses the question: "Who is really the most important woman in every man's life?"
Over the course of six weeks, viewers will watch the intense, emotional showdowns and rivalries, as well as the raw, personal moments between mother and son. All of this will unfold as 32 single women -- some classy and some brassy -- vie for the attention of the three eligible bachelors and their mothers who live with them throughout the series. "Momma�s Boys" will uncover the conflicts between a mother�s wishes and a son�s desires and reveal the truth about who plays a more crucial role in a young man�s life -- his mother or his significant other.
In addition, starting this week casting for season two of the "Momma�s Boys" begins across the United States, including New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Miami, Washington, D.C., Madison, Baton Rouge, Louisville and New Orleans.
Eligible bachelors, their mothers and single women can now log on to http://www.nbc.com/Casting/#mb or nbcdatingshow.com for more information.
"Momma's Boys" is a production of Ryan Seacrest Productions and Glassman Media. Andrew Glassman ("Average Joe") and Seacrest are the executive producers. Eliot Goldberg and Grant Julian will serve as co-executive producers.
Ryan Seacrest Productions is the original content division of Ryan Seacrest Enterprises, focusing on both scripted and non-scripted television production and development for network, cable, syndication and digital outlets. RSP�s mission is to provide innovative and diverse programming with broad appeal to a variety of networks and demographics, as well as capitalize on numerous new media and non-traditional outlets.
RSP has quickly established itself as a full-fledged production entity, with numerous series, pilots, and specials in production and development. RSP has teamed up with MTV for its next project, the comedy competition "Bromance" starring Brody Jenner the breakout star of "The Hills." RSP recently executive produced, "Denise Richards: It�s Complicated" which debuted to record numbers this past summer on E. The reality show follows the stunning, high-profile star as she navigates Hollywood, romance and motherhood following a tumultuous year in the tabloid headlines. RSP is also in production on the third season of their hit E! series "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," which will air in the spring 2009. The series, which follows the lives of Hollywood socialite Kim Kardashian and her outrageous blended family, continues to be one of the highest rated series on the network.
As part of the company�s first-look deal with E! Entertainment, RSP develops and produces celebrity interview and red-carpet specials for the network. Under that banner, RSP has delivered a number of high profile interview specials with A-list celebrities like Eva Longoria, Tyra Banks and Steve Carell. RSP also executive produces all of E! Entertainment live events award shows coverage.
Glassman Media is an independent Los Angeles-based international television production company known for creating and producing network primetime dating, competition, self-improvement, competition and game formats. In April 2008, Glassman Media established a multi-year, unscripted series and format development, production and worldwide distribution partnership with IMG. Glassman's credits include NBC's hit "Average Joe," the critically-acclaimed "Three Wishes" (NBC) which was named the "most family friendly show on broadcast television"; "The Ex-Wives Club" (ABC), "National Bingo Night" (ABC), and "Bingo America" (GSN). Glassman Media was founded by Andrew Glassman in 2001 following his successful career as an Emmy Award-winning investigative broadcast journalist during which he appeared on-air at NBC News, CNBC, MSNBC, WCAU and WNBC.