VH1 has given the green light to new series Grand River Singers Project, which focuses on a show choir of young adults blindly reaching for glory in their home state of Wisconsin, and Black Ink, centered on a successful Harlem tattoo shop staffed by a tight crew of male and female adult employees who draw in hip hop stars, athletes and celebrities. They join previously announced  new pop culture nostalgia series Miss You Much, hosted by Catherine Reitman, who also will host the upcoming 100 Greatest Kid Stars countdown series.

In addition, VH1 is bringing back series Best Week Ever after a three-year hiatus to anchor Friday night. The channel also has acquired Ice-T’s feature-length documentary Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap for its Rock Doc franchise. VH1 viewers will also see Catherine Reitman in November when she hosts. Here is info on the series:

NEW SERIES

“MISS YOU MUCH” Sneak Peek Premieres Sunday, December 2 at 10PM ET/PT

Have you ever wondered what’s up with some of your favorite TV, movie or pop stars from the last 20 years?  VH1 will give you the exclusive details in its new series Miss You Much“, hosted by actress-comedienne Catherine Reitman.  Not all young celebrities end up with a mug shot and an arrest record.  Some have moved on to careers outside of entertainment, while many are still active in showbiz.  Each week the show will profile three of your favorite celebrities as we take a peek inside at what they are doing now with their lives.  Catherine spends a day with each celebrity and asks the questions all adoring fans would love to ask – even getting a little too ‘personal’ at times.  Some of the celebs who will share what they have been up to include: Jamie Walters (90210), Jeff Timmons (98 Degrees), Lark Voorhies (Saved By the Bell), Jeremy Miller (Growing Pains), Romeo (rapper) and Jeremy Jackson (Baywatch).  A sneak peek of the full “Miss You Much” premiere will debut on Sunday, December 2 at 10 pm ET/PT.  “Miss You Much” will debut as a weekly half-hour Friday night series in early 2013.

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Best Week Ever I missed you much
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happy that best week ever is back on vh1, but expectations for the show under this exec...
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My blood sacrifice to the Dark Lord has been of his liking. HAIL XENU for BWE !!!

VH1’s “Miss You Much” is executive produced by Shelly Tatro, Karla Hidalgo and Jeff Olde for VH1.

“GRAND RIVER SINGERS PROJECT” (Working TitlePremieres Summer of 2013

The series revolves around a young adult show choir in Wisconsin called the Grand River Singers where cliques, jealousy and love all blend together in this quirky musical family.

What some may say they lack in talent and execution, no one can deny they make up for in pure determination and heart. And this group has a LOT of heart.  They have but one goal: to take the Grand River Singers out of La Crosse, Wisconsin and onto a much larger stage like the Great Wisconsin Cheese Festival or the Sheboygan Bratwurst Festival.  Will they be able to set aside their egos and reach their goal or will they sabotage their own dreams and remain as unknowns in La Crosse?

“Grand River Singers Project” is executive produced by Tim Hamilton, Colleen Steward and Shannon Keenan Demers for Tremendous! Entertainment, Inc.  Executive producing for VH1 are Jill Holmes, Tom Huffman and Jeff Olde.

“BLACK INK” (Working Title) Premieres Early 2013

Located in the middle of Harlem on 113th and Lennox Avenue, Black Ink is one of the few black-owned and operated tattoo parlors in New York City.  It’s a magnet for hip hop stars both old school and new (Cam’ron, Jadakiss, Jim Jones, Asap Rocky, Corey Gunz) as well as pro athletes (Amare Stoudamire, C.C. Sabathia, Stephon Marbury, Brandon Spikes), video vixens and a who’s who of urban elite (Tyson Beckford,  Keri Hilson).  The employees are a tight but totally dysfunctional “family.”  For many of them, this shop is the key to turning around their lives and for some of them it’s their first legitimate job off the streets.  But can they survive all of the drama that is part of everyday life at the shop?

“Black Ink” is executive produced by Dan Cesareo and Doug DePriest for Big Fish Entertainment.  Executive producers for VH1 are Shelly Tatro, Kari Mcfarland, Rick Hankey and Jeff Olde.

MINI-SERIES

“VH1’S 100 GREATEST KID STARS” Premieres Thursday, November 29 – Sunday, December 2 at 9PM ET/PT

“100 Greatest Kid Stars” is a 5-part special hosted by Catherine Reitman (VH1’s Miss You Much), providing a nostalgic look back over the last 2 decades at some of entertainment’s biggest ‘little’ stars from Macaulay Culkin to Elijah Wood to Dakota Fanning.  Each one-hour edition features performances along with new and original interviews with some of today’s biggest adult stars back in their ‘kiddie’ days like Anna Paquin, Lindsay Lohan, Michelle Williams, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Hanson, Lil’ Romeo, Mara Wilson, Taran Noah Smith, Sam Levine and many more.  You’ll also see early musical performances of today’s biggest recording stars like Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, and Miley Cyrus when they were little and even more adorable.

“VH1’s 100 Greatest Kid Stars” is executive produced by Karla Hidalgo, Shelly Tatro Bernie Kaminski, and Jeff Olde for VH1.

 RETURNING SERIES

“BEST WEEK EVER” Premieres Fridays – January 2013

VH1’s sardonic hit series “Best Week Ever” is returning after a 3-year hiatus with a fresh new look.  The weekly series will examine all that was good, bad and “so-bad-it-was-awesome” in the world of pop culture news and gossip. All the juicy bits of celebrities’ lives to the crazy “I-can’t-believe-they-did-that” moments on the internet will all be discussed by your favorite funny talking heads.  The series will also have an expanded social media aspect to the show.

“Best Week Ever,” is executive produced by Shelly Tatro, Karla Hidalgo and Jeff Olde.