Oxygen Picks Up ‘Fix My Mom’ & ‘Virtually In Love’ Targeting Millennials

As part of the channel’s drive to increase original programming by 25%, Oxygen has greenlit two new series focusing on the familial and romantic relationships of millennial women.

The first show, Fix My Mom, focuses on mother-daughter pairs undergoing a series of physical and emotional challenges in hopes of mending their rocky relationships. Under the guidance of life coach Laura Baron, the women will be tested by specifically designed exercises to get to the root of their issues and fix what they hold most dear. Produced by Bunim-Murray Productions with Gil Goldschein, Julie Pizzi, Sean Rankine, Dave Rupel and Mark Seliga serving as Executive Producers, it premieres Tuesday, November 3 at 10 PM ET/PT. A preview is currently available on Oxygen’s official site.

Next up is Virtually In Love, which will give women the opportunity to meet face-to-face with the person they’ve been dating online. Each episode features real couples who have so far only interacted online. The couples will get a personal look at life with one another, traveling to their hometowns and meeting family and friends. After doing so, they’ll decide if they still click or if they want to break things off. Produced by Fly On The Wall Entertainment with Allison Grodner, Rich Meehan and Dena Waxman serving as Executive Producers, it’s set to debut in 2016.
About Oxygen Media

Other unscripted Oxygen Media programs include Sisterhood of Hip Hop, Pretty. Strong., The Prancing Elites Project, Like A Boss, Create Your Day Job, and the Preachers franchise.

This article was printed from https://deadline.com/2015/09/oxygen-targets-millennial-with-fix-my-mom-virtually-in-love-1201532070/