Oxygen Developing Travis Wall Docuseries, Two More Unscripted Projects
The other projects center on the heirs of chain D'Amores Famous Pizza and a reality version of "Sex and the City."
NEW YORK – Oxygen is stocking up on docuseries. The network announced Tuesday that is has put three more unscripted series in development including a dance-themed pilot starring So You Think You Can Dance choreographer Travis Wall and a docusoap about the heirs of the southern California pizza chain D’Amore’s Famous Pizza.
All the Right Moves will follow Wall and friends/roommates Teddy Forance (dancer/choreographer with Cirque du Soleil), Nick Lazzarini (first season winner of So You Think You Can Dance?) and Kyle Robinson as they attempt to mount a dance troupe.
It’s from World of Wonder Productions with Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey and Tom Campbell as executive producers.
That’s D’Amore features the D’Amore sisters – Caroline, Bonnie and Christie – as they chafe at continuing in the family business that has afforded them a privileged Malibu lifestyle. It's from RelativityREAL and Ellen Rakieten Entertainment with Tom Forman and Ellen Rakieten as executive producers.
Taking NY is an attempt at an unscripted version of Sex And the City featuring Leigh Cherrier (beauty director for Louis Licari), former Page Six and E! Online writer Marianne Garvey, fashion designer Leila Shams and Kelly Brady, who was featured in MTV’s short-lived Lizzie Grubman series PoweR Girls. Taking NY is from Discovery Studios with Daniel Soiseth as executive producer and Lauren Weber as co-executive producer.
Oxygen has put multiple unscripted series in development including The Eva Marcille Project and LA Style and ordered The Next Big Thing, Brooklyn Crew and Tanisha Gets Married, about Bad Girls Club cast member Tanisha Thomas’ wedding.
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