British Girl Group The Saturdays Land E! Reality Series
The 10-episode docu-series "Chasing The Saturdays" will launch in January.
British group The Saturdays is heading to E! next year.
Chasing The Saturdays, featuring Mollie King, Rochelle Humes, Frankie Sandford, Vanessa White and Una Healy, will launch Sunday, Jan. 20 at 10 p.m. and will follow the five members in their private and public lives.
The 30-minute, 10-episode docu-series will document the group's high-profile romances, families, fashion and highlight the members' personalities as they attempt to break through in the U.S.
“The Saturdays are a pop phenomenon with magnetic appeal and tremendous talent, and we are excited to capture their next chapter as they win over the hearts and playlists of America,” said E! president Suzanne Kolb. “Chasing The Saturdays is a perfect addition to E!’s popular Sunday night reality block, which continues to deliver can’t miss original programming to viewers year-round.”
In the U.K., The Saturdays have 11 top 10 singles, three top 10 albums and recently wrapped its first tour.
Comcast Entertainment Studios is behind Chasing The Saturdays. Peter Engel, Albert Spevak, Perry Dance, Ted Iredell, Peter Loraine and Jay James serve as executive producers.
Watch a sneak peek below:
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