Reality show to bow on Oct. 29
NBC has bumped “Momma’s Boys” to fall, slating it Wednesdays at 9 p.m. starting Oct. 29.
Skein takes over the slot vacated by “America’s Got Talent.” “Deal or No Deal,” which had been scheduled to take over for “Talent,” will air there for one week (Oct. 22) and then rest before returning after the six-episode “Momma’s Boys” run.
That means “Deal” will air just once a week in the meantime, on Fridays starting Oct. 24.
Ryan Seacrest Prods. and Glassman Media are behind “Momma’s Boys,” which follows 32 single women as they attempt to win over three bachelors — and more important, those men’s judgmental mothers.
In addition to the season one scheduling, Peacock has also given the go-ahead for casting to begin on a second cycle. Show started casting this week in New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas and several other spots.
Ryan Seacrest and Andrew Glassman exec produce “Momma’s Boys.”