A Stylin’ Slate

Nov 10, 2003  •  Post A Comment

The new programming slate, which Style Network will roll out during the next two months, follows.
Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?
A reality series that follows six wedding planners in various cities as they try to successfully coordinate weddings large and small. Style Senior VP of Programming Stephen Schwartz calls it “a fly-on-the-wall look at the life of a wedding planner.” Producer: Lion Communications. Premiere: Dec. 9, 10 p.m. (ET)
Guess Who’s Coming to Decorate
A twist on the home-makeover genre in which the subject’s home is redecorated by a significant person from his or her past. The show concludes with two “reveals”-the home redecoration, then the identity of the decorator. “It’s a way of telling the story about two people and their relationship over time,” Mr. Schwartz said. Producer: True Entertainment. Premiere: Dec. 15, 10 p.m. (ET)
How Do I Look?
One fashion expert and two friends or relatives take turns anonymously dressing a person from underwear on up. At the end of each episode, the subject has to figure out who dressed him or her in which fashion. “All My Children’s” Finola Hughes hosts. “It’s based on the premise that everybody sees you in a different light,” Mr. Schwartz said. “You have to guess who did the makeover, and along the way you learn things about your relationship.” Producer: E! Networks. Premiere: Jan. 16, 9 p.m. (ET)
The Brini Maxwell Show
Manhattan domestic diva Brini Maxwell, whom Mr. Schwartz called “a mixture of Donna Reed, Martha Stewart and Austin Powers,” gives decorating and lifestyle tips with a kitschy, retro flair. Producer: Termite Art Productions. Premiere: Jan. 23, 10:30 p.m. (ET)
Untitled Nick Scotti series
“Blue-collar renaissance man” Nick Scotti is an actor-model who, along with his Italian family, has style misadventures in New York. “It’s a reality sitcom,” Mr. Schwartz said. “You go on an adventure in each show.” Producer: Brave St. Productions and Peter Marc Jacobson. Premiere: Jan. 23, 10 p.m. (ET)