FX has ordered a third season of the Morgan Spurlock docuseries “30 Days,” while E! Entertainment TV has slated eight episodes of “Boulevard of Broken Dreams,” a new series from the team behind the network’s “True Hollywood Story.”
In addition, Food Network has greenlit a second helping of docudrama “Ace of Cakes.”
Production on six fresh episodes of “30 Days,” a show in which a person spends a month in an environment antithetical to their own, begins next spring.
As he has done for the past two seasons, Spurlock will participate in at least two episodes for the upcoming third cycle. Spurlock got a taste of life on minimum wage for 30 days in the series’ first seg, and spent time in a county jail in another.
Spurlock, R.J. Cutler, Ben Silverman and H.T. Owens exec produce. FX Prods. produces.
E!’s “Boulevard” will delve into the lives of ill-fated celebs. Among the subjects on tap are Nikki and Krissy Taylor, Chris Penn, Leif Garrett, James Frey and Jonathan Brandis. E! Studios-produced series premieres Jan. 22.
New episodes of “Ace of Cakes” begin Jan. 18. Skein revolves around Baltimore-based baker Duff Goldman and his staff of eccentrics as they construct some of the biggest, most elaborate cakes on the East Coast.