First Look At OWN's New Docu-Series 'Crazy.Sexy.Life.' w/ Chenoa Maxwell, Kiyah Wright...

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by Tambay A. Obenson
September 5, 2013 11:49 AM
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Here's your first look at the new OWN Network Harlem-based docu-series (aka reality TV series) titled Crazy.Sexy.Life., which was announced a week ago.

The show centers on the fast-paced lives of 4 friends living in New York City. 

The breakdown:

Kiyah, Bershan, Chenoa and Tiffany have known each other for more than ten years, and are constant sources of inspiration, support, competition and companionship to one another. Kiyah, an ambitious and successful celebrity hair stylist, is the link that brought the four friends together, and New York City's legendary Harlem neighborhood is where the quartet come together on a regular basis... over drinks, lunches, dinners, you name it. Two are married, two are single, and all are strong and fiercely independent women who believe in living out their dreams and not letting anybody or anything get in their way.

The network was supposed to offer a special sneak preview of the series on Tuesday, following the fall finale of Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots at 9 p.m. ET/PT.  Did anyone catch it? If so, thoughts?

The series will premiere in early 2014.

"We feel strongly that 'Crazy.Sexy.Life.' will resonate with our viewers," said Sheri Salata, president, OWN. "Set against the backdrop of America's most vibrant and competitive city, this show details what real life is all about for a quartet of very different personalities who have embraced one another as 'family' for more than a decade, and who depend on one another unconditionally."

The series is produced by CORE Media Group and executive produced by D'Angela Proctor, Jen O'Connell, Rob Lee and Lenid Rolov. Doug Wilson served as the pilot's executive producer.

Welcome to the new OWN.

Here's a teaser:

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1 Comment

  • ALM | September 5, 2013 10:48 PMReply

    I caught it. The show was actually very interesting without being stereotypical or "ratchet". The show reminded me of "Braxton Family Values" in that respect. It was entertaining enough to hold my attention, but the show was not a negative reflection on African American women at all.

    The two cancer survivors have my attention, and the woman who is basically telling her husband to go get another woman pregnant will keep the show interesting.

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