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TLC Renews Say Yes To The Dress Atlanta

Say Yes To The Dress Atlanta

Say Yes To The Dress Atlanta

TLC Renews Several Hit Series, Including “Say Yes To The Dress: Atlanta”.  TLC has has renewed several of its hit series, including its new series “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta.” The show’s second season will premiere next summer, and will still be set in Atlanta’s Bridals by Lori. “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta” will take viewers behind the scenes as they follow along with each bride and see her choose her perfect dress. Season two will have 18 half-hour episodes. Season one’s premiere of “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta” averaged 1.3 million viewers. Also following a wedding theme, TLC has renewed “Four Weddings” for a third season, which will premiere in February next year with 10 hour-long episodes. The show’s season two premiere, which was Friday, September 10, averaged 1.3 million viewers. In each episode of “Four Weddings,” four different brides with very different personal styles and traditions agree to attend and judge each other’s weddings on the basis of food, dress, venue, originality, and overall experience. The winning bride is wins a dream honeymoon.  TLC has also ordered a second season of new series “Strange Sex”, with 10 half-hour episodes slated to premiere April 2011. The first premiere of “Strange Sex” averaged 1.2 million viewers. “Strange Sex” profiles mysterious conditions and the science behind sexual attraction. TLC’s cult classics “Toddlers and Tiaras” and “I Didn’t Know I was Pregnant” were also picked up, each for their fourth season. “Toddlers and Tiaras” fourth season will premiere next summer, 2011, and “I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant” will premiere around the same time in June 2011. “Toddlers and Tiaras” goes behind-the-scenes of the child beauty pageant circuit and profiles a number of young contestants from all different ages and backgrounds, as well as their passionate and overzealous parents. “I Didn’t Know I was Pregnant” is an often intense, suspensful series that shows reenactments of stories of women who conceive and carry their babies all the way to labor and delivery, while never even knowing they were pregnant

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