Hope you're hungry, TV fans, because E! is piling loads of juicy new programming onto your plate!
The NBCUniversal owned network just announced it ordered a slew of new series and plans to develop over a dozen new dramas, many of them scripted!
Known for shows like Married to Jonas, The Soup, and Keeping Up With the Kardashians, many fans are surprised by E!'s entry into scripted television, but some of the network's ideas are intriguing!!
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Last month, we were pleased to report that Demi Moore and other A-listers had teamed up with some powerhouse producers to become a part of Lifetime Original Movie's Project Five.
The project consists of an anthology of five short films "exploring the impact of breast cancer on people’s lives."
Now, Demi has teamed up with Lifetime once again for a multi-project development deal, which includes a pick-up of the interview series The Conversation, hosted by British TV personality/photographer Amanda de Cadenet.
Demi is also involved with the development of scripted dramas for Lifetime Television, for which she will executive produce.
Congrats on the new gig, Demi! We'll look forward to seeing how those shows come together!
[Image via WENN.]
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