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Bravo's New Extreme Parenting TV Show

Bravo to Air TV Show About Extreme Parenting — Will You Tune In?

Time to set your Tivos — or not? Bravo is launching a new family-focused reality show about extreme parenting. Scheduled to premier August 7 at 9:30 p.m. EST, Extreme Guide to Parenting profiles families who take an unconventional approach to raising their kids. "Whether you have kids or you're stuck next to the screaming child on a plane, judging other people's parenting is a guilty pleasure. We all love to do it," Bravo Vice President of Development Eli Lehrer told the Hollywood Reporter last year. "The series explores all manners of eccentric ways parents raise their kids, and we'll let the viewer be the judge of how they're doing."

Among the families featured on the show, you can expect to see overprotective, aggressively competitive, nondisciplinarian, and attachment styles of parenting. So what do you think? Will you tune in to watch?

Source: Bravo TV

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Just wanted to say "hey" there to everyone, especially fellow WAHMs & mompreneurs! I'm actually the Mama on the debut episode of the new Bravo show and I can assure you that my "trainwreck" may be more resonant than you think. The reason I participated in the show is because I have always found it to be true that when mothers share their stories, their concerns, what works, what doesn't . . . we learn, build communities and sometimes, just sometimes - get introduced to something we would never have considered. That's the positive aspect of "reality TV" - it has the potential to not just spark conversation but can educate, inspire as well as entertain. Sure, a comprehensive real life is not something you can encapsulate in a one hour TV show, but for me, that wasn't as necessary a factor to worry about. I've always tried to be transparent and authentic. And at the end of the day (especially the harder ones) I don't mind a little bit of escapism. If you want to find out more here's a nice article that just came out today about the show. You might be surprised.

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