Pregnant and dating we tv commercial
Maybe because of the image of reality TV these days, the title has a vaguely sensational ring, like it will be selling sex or voyeurism. These aren’t the silly women of the “housewives” franchise.These are five women — Kiesha, Melissa, Megan, Shana and Rachel — who are pregnant and not going to marry the Baby Daddy.WE tv was originally known as Romance Classics when it launched on September 1, 1997 under the ownership of what was then the Cablevision Systems Corporation-controlled Rainbow Media.It was originally a movie channel focusing mostly on romantic dramas and comedies, and television miniseries; similar to the original format of sister network, AMC (as American Movie Classics), the channel initially broadcast its films commercial-free.The honeymoon is over, and it's time for this cast of all-star Bridezillas to whip their marriages into shape with the help of a professional marriage coach.These brides-to-be would kill for the perfect wedding.But nevertheless, , which also documents pregnant singletons Kiesha, a music producer, Shana, a model, Melissa, a celeb stylist, and Rachel, a TV producer, manages to be uniquely provocative.
"Pregnant and Dating” turns out to be different than you might think, which is at first reassuring and in the end a little sad.They come off as women who have hit a crossroads, maybe harder than they expected, and now want the right guy — a quest with a fast-moving clock on it. WE tv is an American digital cable and satellite television channel that is owned by AMC Networks."I think men find it really attractive for whatever reason," she added to us.They aren't looking for sex and they're not in need of baby daddies.