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[12/05/05 - 12:00 AM]
We Adds 'Take This House & Sell It' and 'Style by Jury' to Its 2006 Programming Slate

[via press release from WE: Women's Entertainment]

WE adds 'Take This House & Sell It' and 'Style by Jury' to Its 2006 Programming Slate

Shows Scheduled to Debut January 30, 2006

NEW YORK, NY, December 5, 2005 - WE: Women's Entertainment announced today that the network will add two new shows, Take This House & Sell It and Style by Jury, to its 2006 programming slate. Both half-hour series will premiere on Monday, January 30 - Take This House & Sell It at 8 pm ET, and Style by Jury at 10:30 pm ET. The series will flank the recently announced original series, Style Me with Rachel Hunter which is scheduled to air on Mondays at 9 pm ET starting January 23 on WE.

"These shows are a perfect fit for WE and make for a strong Monday night line-up," said Kim Martin, WE's Executive Vice President and General Manager. "When our viewers tune in we want them to know that we can relate to their lifestyles. Both of these series are very entertaining and speak to our audience in a contemporary voice that is relevant to today's modern woman."

"Take This House & Sell It"
For the latest tips and trends on getting one's home ready for an immediate and lucrative sale, the series "Take This House & Sell It" is sure to provide great ideas. In each half-hour episode, host Kimberly Carroll, along with very vocal designers and an intrepid crew, meet with willing (and some not so willing!) homeowners who have had no luck selling their home sweet home. With a last chance Open House quickly approaching, the team goes into high gear showing each homeowner how to get the most for their time and money while upping the chances of a possible bidding war on their property. The series is produced by Rob Miller.

"Style By Jury"
Most of us never find out what people really think of us?until now. In each half-hour episode of "Style by Jury" an unsuspecting makeover candidate is introduced to a room with a one-way mirror. Behind the mirror sit 12 strangers who offer their honest first impressions of this person - from their mannerisms and deportment, to physical appearance. Over the course of the next seven days the candidate undergoes a makeover that will help them lose the negative first impressions, and gain an image that will allow them to put their best face forward. The series is produced by Planetworks Inc.

Take This House & Sell It and Style By Jury were acquired from Canada's W Network.

About WE: Women's Entertainment
WE: Women's Entertainment is the only cable network dedicated to helping women connect to one another and the world around them. With quality original programming including the hit series "Bridezillas," unique movie packages like "Three Men and A Chick Flick," topical specials and its public affairs initiative WE Empowers Women, the network supports women and appeals to their interests in pop culture, relationships and personal style. WE: Women's Entertainment is a subsidiary of Rainbow Entertainment Services and is currently seen in over 56 million homes.





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