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[06/08/09 - 01:38 PM]
We TV Premieres Two New Series Dedicated to Parenthood
"Raising Sextuplets" bows Thursday, June 11 at 10:00/9:00c while "The Mom Show" begins its daytime run on Friday, June 12.

[via press release from WE: Women's Entertainment]

WE tv Premieres Two New Series Dedicated to Parenthood

"Raising Sextuplets" Premieres Thursday, June 11 at 10PM /9C

"The Mom Show, Airs Fridays at 10AM/9C Beginning Friday, June 12

WEtv.com Hosts "The Cutest Kid Contest"

NEW YORK, NY June 8, 2009 - Beginning this month, WE tv is broadening the scope of its programming genres, debuting two new series focusing on parenting and motherhood. Raising Sextuplets stars Jenny and Bryan Masche and their two-year-old sextuplets in a no holds barred look at the day-to-day rewards and challenges of raising six babies. Raising Sextuplets, a WE tv original series consisting of six one-hour episodes, makes its World Premiere Thursday, June 11 at 10PM/9C. The next day, Friday, June 12 at 10 AM/9C, WE tv premieres The Mom Show, a new series airing in daytime. Taped before a live studio audience featuring real moms and their kids, the 10-part series is hosted by Laurie Gelman, mother of two, and Catherine Marion, mother of four. In each one-hour episode, Laurie and Catherine candidly share their personal tales on parenting and marriage and dish about the latest trends including what�s hot in fashion for moms and kids. The show also features medical, parenting, design, and fashion experts who provide advice and offer tips to help parents. The Mom Show is a US Premiere.

To celebrate the start of these two new parenting shows, WEtv.com is hosting "The Cutest Kids Contest," inviting users to submit photos of their children in three different categories: onesie, siblings and multiples. The winner of each category will receive a cash grand prize of $2500. The contest runs from June 11 to midnight, July 23. Details can be found at www.WEtv.com.

Raising Sextuplets is produced by Eric Schiff Productions for WE tv. The Mom Show is produced by Parenting Show Productions, Inc.

About WE tv

WE tv (www.WEtv.com) is the premier source for women looking to satisfy their curiosity with fascinating, original stories and entertaining, informative content that is relevant to key stages of their lives. Available in over 73 million homes, WE tv�s programming gives viewers compelling perspectives on everyday women at extraordinary points in their lives. The network�s original real-life stories include provocative signature series like "Bridezillas" and critically-acclaimed original series such as "The Locator" - the network�s most watched series ever; "Secret Lives of Women" and "My Fair Wedding." WE tv�s public affairs initiative, WE Empowers Women, is dedicated to creating programs that foster and celebrate women�s strength, confidence and diversity. The 2009-2011 initiative, WE Volunteer, motivates women to become more involved in their communities by connecting them with local causes that they are passionate about and encouraging them to volunteer. WE tv is available in HD and WE tv On Demand is available in 27 million homes. WE tv is a subsidiary of Rainbow Media Holdings LLC.





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