TV Guide Network has picked up to series Hollywood Moms Night, starring Alison Sweeney and Ali Landry, and Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On, starring the vocal trio. Both reality series started off as specials/backdoor pilots, which aired on the network last month. Hollywood Moms Night, which has received a five-episode order, will air in March. Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On, which has been picked up for eight episodes, will air in April in conjunction with the release of the group’s new album, Dedicated. Here are detailed descriptions of the 2 series:

Hollywood Moms Night stars best friends Alison Sweeney (The Biggest Loser) and model Ali Landry.  For the first time ever, the ladies allow cameras into their exclusive, private potluck dinners they have been hosting for years for their famous mom friends.  Join “The Alis” as they get together with their celebrity mom friends for an evening filled with surprises, scoop, racy conversation and uncensored girl talk….nothing is off limits!  The Hollywood Moms Night special, which aired in November, featured special guests Denise Richards, Niecy Nash and LaLa Anthony. Hollywood Moms Night is being produced by Ellen Rakieten Entertainment and RelativityREAL with Ellen Rakieten, Tom Forman and Brad Bishop serving as executive producers. Alison Sweeney and Ali Landry also serve as executive producers.

Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On follows one of the most successful all-girl groups in music history which includes sisters Carnie Wilson and Wendy Wilson and best friend Chynna Phillips. It’s been 20 years since their anthem “Hold On” ruled the airways, but now Wilson Phillips is staging a comeback.  Daughters of famous musicians – The Beach Boys and The Mamas & The Papas – this Grammy-nominated singing sensation rose to fame with their California looks and unique harmonies, but also garnered headlines with their personal lives. Since then, the women have had to juggle their singing careers, high-profile marriages and raising children while at the same time dealing with tabloid scandals, family dramas and health issues.  Their journey back to fame will be captured in this series. Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On is being produced by RelativityREAL with Tom Forman,  Jay Blumenfield, Tony Marsh and Brad Bishop serving as executive producers.  David Simone and Winston Simone of DSW Entertainment also will serve as executive producers.