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[11/21/11 - 06:39 AM]
WE tv Greenlights "Mary Mary" for 2012
The eight-episode series, featuring the three-time Grammy award winning Gospel duo, will premiere Thursday, March 29 on the network.

[via press release from WE tv]

EVERY KIND OF FAMILY AND ALL KINDS OF DRAMA

WE tv GREENLIGHTS A BRAND-NEW ORIGINAL SERIES MARY MARY Premiering March 29, 2012

Erica and Tina Campbell are More than a Grammy(R)Award-Winning Gospel Group..They're Sisters, Mothers and Career Women Who Strive to Balance it All

NEW YORK, NY - November 21, 2011 - Talk about a sister act! As the popular three-time Grammy(R) award-winning Gospel duo, "Mary Mary," Erica and Tina Campbell are busy career women touring the country, promoting their sixth album, "Something Big" and walking Hollywood red carpets. More than that, they're sisters and mothers who strive to balance hectic careers with growing families. Now, WE tv has greenlit a brand-new original series, tentatively titled MARY MARY, that follows the sisters in their daily lives as they work to do it all. The series premieres Thursday, March 29th at 9pm ET/PT with eight, hour-long episodes.

Music is a family business for the Campbell sisters: Erica's husband, Warryn, is the group's producer and Tina's husband, Teddy, is the drummer in Jay Leno's band. Outside of the recording studio, both ladies struggle to balance family life - a challenge all on its own. Erica and Warryn are expecting their third child in February, and Tina and Teddy are raising a blended family of four. The sisters also have a very large, extended family of seven siblings to deal with - one of which is the group's stylist - and their parents, who have been married and divorced three times to each other, and now currently separated. When it comes to finding harmony, singing's the easy part!

Mary Mary is produced for WE tv by eOne Televison, executive produced by Tara Long, John Morayniss, Eric Hoberman and Mitchell Solarek. Kate Farrell serves as the executive producer for WE tv.

About WE tv

WE tv (www.wetv.com) is the women's network that showcases an unfiltered, modern view of family life. The original programming presents stories from a woman's perspective and features celebrities and personalities audiences can relate to and embrace. The network's slate of original series, including the hit shows Braxton Family Values, Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?, Bridezillas and My Fair Wedding with David Tutera, underscore WE tv's brand position and tagline, Life As WE Know It, which signifies the connection women share based on similar life experiences during life's defining moments - like getting married, raising a family, dealing with sibling rivalry, and making ends meet. Owned and operated by AMC Networks Inc., WE tv is available in over 76 million homes and is available in HD and on demand.





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