The Esquire Network continues to announce its upcoming programing as it rebrands itself from its old G4 brand.
In that vein, two new series have been announced by the male-skewing network.
The first is a new style-focused biography series being developed by Ryan Seacrest Productions and Citizen Jones. The series has the working title of How I Rock It, and will be hosted by former National Basketball Association star point guard Baron Davis. It will profile athletes, celebrities, musicians, designers and others that influence style. Six half-hour episodes have been ordered of the series.
The other series is going to focus on real estate. With the working title of Risky Listing, this series will follow New York City real estate agents who make deals regarding the city's bars, nightclubs and restaurants. Six episodes have been ordered of this hour-long docuseries, which is being developed by Zodiak New York.
“We are building an exciting slate of original series for men with style and substance,” said Esquire Network head of original programming Matt Hanna. “How I Rock It is really for all those guys who’ve admired another man’s style but were afraid to ask how they got it. We’re going to be the middleman for them with this series. And in Risky Listing, we’re going to take our viewers inside the high-stakes, big-ego world of New York nightlife real estate to see these listings agent gladiators go toe-to-toe.”
Either one of these do anything for you?