A&E is adding four new series to its original programming slate, as the cable channel celebrates 12 consecutive months of growth in total viewers.
The network today announced the nonfiction projects (all working titles) “Many Sides of Jane,” “Lost for Life,” “The Accused” and “Employable Me.” Click here for details on all of the programs.
The projects reflect what A&E calls its “core mission to deliver thought-provoking nonfiction programming.” The channel has been thriving with shows including “Live PD,” one of cable’s most-watched series, along with “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath,” “Born This Way,” “Intervention” and “Biography.”
“A&E has been leading the reality revolution, doubling down on our slate of brave nonfiction storytelling, moving away from scripted drama and refocusing our programming and development on what we do best,” said Elaine Frontain Bryant, Executive Vice President and Head of Programming. “A&E continues to invest in provocative, high-quality content that sparks meaningful conversation and resonates with our loyal audience. Not many networks can proudly say that they currently have four Emmy Award-winning series on their schedule.”
Please click here to see today’s full announcement, which includes ratings information along with details about the new programs.