‘Favorite Things’ set for TV Guide

Film Garden to produce nonfiction series

The TV Guide Network has signed a development deal with Film Garden Entertainment for “My Favorite Things,” a nonfiction celebrity lifestyle-themed skein featuring interviews with well-knowns, as well as “store owners, hotel managers and coffee baristas” who may have come in contact with them.

Film Garden produces a range of half-hour nonfiction series for cable, including “A Wedding Story” and “A Personal Story” for TLC.

Concurrently, TV Guide announced a fourth-season pick-up for celeb-makeover series “Look-A-Like,” which will premiere next month with 26 new episodes. The channel is also picking up season six of “Celebrity Fit Club,” a reality competition skein that it moved over from VH1 last year.

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