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Lifetimes orders 'Double Divas'

LifetimeLifetime, you magnificent bastard, you have done it again. Just when I think it is impossible for you to create yet another new show that I would rather sit through a Honey Boo Boo marathon than watch, you pull another ace out of your sleeve.

The network has ordered Double Divas, a docu-series that will focus on an intimate apparel store in Atlanta. If this was on any other network, I would be interested. On Lifetime, not so much.

The series will debut January 10 after Project Runway: All-Stars with two episodes. If a show has double in the title, I guess it needs two premiere episodes.

Double Divas is going to focus on LiviRae owners Molly Hopkins and Cynthia Richards, as well as their apprentice Loren. Here is their website. The girls will travel the area, as they attend fittings, bridal showers and other functions.

Obviously, this series is targeted at women. However, will it even sound appealing to them? There is no way I would watch a show about men being fitted for tuxedos and the tailors traveling around to make sure their cummerbunds fit perfectly. This concept just sounds boring.

What do you think? Any men interested in this, besides just seeing women in their undergarments?


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- Lifetime

Written by: Hamatosan
Nov 19th, 2012, 6:07 am

Anonymous

Message Posted On Dec 17th, 2012, 2:19 am
I'm actually quite excited about this show. MOST women are wearing the wrong size bra and most think that DD or DDD is the largest size out there. I was uncomfortably crammed into a 36DD for 30 years before learning I was actually a 34H, and it was life-changing. I hope this show convinces more women that they don't have to be uncomfortable, that something bigger than DD exists, and to go get fitted by a REAL EXPERT, not an hourly employee at Victoria's Secret.
Anonymous

Message Posted On Dec 6th, 2012, 2:00 am
What is offensive about a show having a female target audience. Every show has an audience. And there are some things that have men as target audiences. I don't particularly see men finding this show interesting. But I, as someone who can't find a bra that fits right, actually look forward to watching the show. Maybe I'll learn something about finding that perfect fit.
Anonymous

Message Posted On Nov 21st, 2012, 3:29 pm
Don't go hating on it just yet folks...might actually have some humor, sentiment, real valid content, you never know !
tinalessia

Level 2 (69%)
Since: 12/Oct/07
Message Posted On Nov 19th, 2012, 2:43 pm

Just because it's targeted at women ( which in itself is highly offensive) down't mean we're going to watch this crap. You couldn't pay me to watch this. There is absolutely nothing appealing here.

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