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U.K's Hit Docu-Drama Made in Chelsea Gets American Debut

Made in Chelsea is the United Kingdom's #1 "docu-soap," following the lives of British socialites on their climb to the top. The show follws a group of twenty-somethings as they live and party in London- more specifically, the classy borough Chelsea.

Eight friends are working together to take over the world in this series, living in London's most fashionable neighborhood, while traveling the world in hopes of chasing their dreams and having a good time. Any drama you could imagine happens within the weekly hour-long show. This includes love triangles, backstabbing "frenemies," wild parties and intense polo matches.

“With a keen on eye on fashion and trends, we are confident our viewers will gravitate towards ‘Made in Chelsea’ and fall in love with these fashion obsessed, upscale, sexy twenty-somethings,” said Katie Buchanan, SVP, Programming and Acquisitions, Style said in a statement. The network feels that Style is the perfect station for this show becuase it's "stylish programming."

Though the show is in its third season in the U.K. it will air from its pilot starting NOvember 12 on Style. the first episode features 20-year-old Amber Atherton, an entrepreneur at a jewelry launch party where childhood sweethearts Caggie and Spencer meet for the first time in years. They still love each other, despite any current relationships. This isn't the end of the drama as we meet the other five friends who make up this exclusive clique. Ever want to know what really happens at those exlusive London clubs and parties? Tune into every Monday at 8 p.m./7c on Style.

- Made in Chelsea
- Esquire NETWORK

Written by: mawarner
Sep 23rd, 2012, 12:14 pm

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