CW eyeing two competition reality series
'One Mass Dance,' 'Shed to Wed' added to net's slate
The CW continues to bulk up its reality slate, developing two more competition series using popular unscripted subject matter.
The first is a dancing show, "One Mass Dance," in which choreographers go to three cities to assemble large dance teams, which then perform a "mass dance" before an unsuspecting audience. The project is from Stone & Co. and Warner Horizon.
The second title is "Shed to Wed," a weight-loss series from production companies Mindcrime and 25/7 in which couples compete to lose pounds before getting hitched.
The projects are in addition to CW's recently reported docusoap in development with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson and the scavenger-hunt show "Lost Weekend."
With two other reality shows -- "Fly Girls" and "High Society" -- hitting the air this month, the network is angling to have enough reality for a summer block or to potentially pair with "America's Next Top Model" in the fall.
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