A+E Networks will head to Mipcom next week with over 500 hours of programming including a pair of new series from its Lifetime US women’s cablenet.
The 12x60′ Dance Moms, seen in the US on Lifetime, follows mothers who push their daughters into dance, living vicariously through their accomplishments.
Picker Sisters (5x30′ and 3x60′), also seen on Lifetime, is a transactional show fronted by Tanya McQueen and Tracy Hutson (Extreme Home Makeover) as they scrounge for valuable what-not across the US.
Each episode of Monster In-Laws (13x30′) features someone caught between a feuding parent and spouse and leads all three into relationship coaching from a professional.
From the History section of its 9,500-hour catalogue A+E is taking Raising The Titanic (1x120′), a re-examination of how the famous ship met its end, and History of the World in Two Hours (1x120′), a CG-heavy, 3D special that recaps 14 billion years in two hours.