[05/25/12 - 06:34 AM] Lifetime's Major Program Event, "The Week the Women Went," to Premiere in August The four-part series was previously slated to launch on Wednesday, June 6.
[via press release from Lifetime]
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING
LIFETIME'S MAJOR PROGRAM EVENT, "THE WEEK THE WOMEN WENT," TO PREMIERE IN AUGUST
Yemassee, South Carolina, is the Focus of Daring Social Experiment
Testing Gender Roles at Home, Work and in the Community
When its Women Leave the Town
Can you imagine a world without women? Which gender is more capable of running society's day-to-day functions? What impact is today's shift in gender roles having on the world? Lifetime dives deep into the gender gap issue to answer these questions by bringing a daring social experiment to life by removing the women from one American town in the major program event, The Week the Women Went. Originally scheduled to premiere on Lifetime on June 6, the unscripted series which explores modern gender roles and finds out what happens when all of the women leave town, leaving the remaining men to run their households, businesses and community on their own, will now air in August.