Oxygen Media will develop five new projects targeted to its core female millennial viewers, the network announced Wednesday.
The new series include Dead Clean, chronicling an all-women clean-up crew; House of Black Diamond, which follows the lives of six members of a California drill team; and Start Me Up, a competition series focusing on raising money through online crowdfunding. Also on the docket are Swipe For Love, in which singles are matched up via social media in front of a studio audience, and competition series The Ultimate Relationship Test, in which couples wager money on each other abilities to win a variety of challenges.
“Inspired by millenials who express themselves and their ideas in innovative and diverse ways, these five new projects reflect Oxygen Media’s commitment to sharing fun and meaningful stories that resonate with our audience,” Cori Abraham, senior VP of development & international for Oxygen Media, said in a statement.
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