A&E renews 11 shows including “Hoarders,” “Intervention”
By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Hoarders, storers and in-laws … rejoice!
A&E has announced it will renew 11 of its current reality-based television series, while expanding its reach with 10 new programs from the creative minds of talents such as Ryan Seacrest, Mark Burnett and Ridley and Tony Scott.
“Last year marked an unprecedented seventh consecutive year of growth at A&E, the longest growth streak in cable,” Bob DeBitetto, president and general manager of A&E Network and BIO Channel said in a statement. “Our new development slate remains true to our unique brand of authentic, dramatic and emotional storytelling, will ensure that we maintain our position as a premium entertainment network and drive our continued growth for the coming year.”
Of the shows being renewed, look for “Storage Wars,” “InLaws,” “Ship Happens,” “Beyond Scared Straight,” “Gene Simmons Family Jewels,” “Hoarders,” “Intervention” and “Parking Wars.”
In addition, A&E has greenlit the multi-night television event “Coma” from the Scotts, and a “Storage Wars: Dallas” spin-off, expected to run for eight episodes.
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