“As our successful long-running franchises continue to be the driving force of the network, we are making a significant investment in growing our unique slate of quality original nonfiction programming,” said network EVP and GM David Mc Killop.
“These projects represent a small percentage of the new innovative formats that we hope will excite current A&E viewers and attract and engage new audiences.” Of the new series orders, (working title) reads like the biggest departure for the brand.
Originally scheduled for theatrical release in 2004, "Extreme Dating" has had a bumpy ride.
In November 2003, Franchise Pictures picked up the worldwide rights to the movie.
Starting in 1998, she would pair up singles looking for love and force them into what would inevitably be an awkward looking impromptu date.