From The Daily Mail :. Each hour-long installment focuses on the drama that ensues when the group of expectant mothers embark on their quest for Mr Right. Yeah, yeah, love is grand and all of that but I hope this series shows the ladies asking the really tough questions to their potential mates over a plate of shared taquitos, such as:. This show has the awesome potential if it really focuses on the pregnancy aspect.
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Whether it's about becoming an unlikely parent, stumbling across a pregnancy issue, or just being downright surprised that you're about to give birth at all, there's a pregnancy show out there for everyone. Take on a new perspective about pregnancy and birth with six shows that depict them all so differently. There are sensational shows, weird stories, and series that pop out birth after birth in rapid succession. Get an interesting perspective on how our culture views women and birth with the most popular pregnancy shows on networks like Discovery and TLC. In each episode, viewers find out all the reasons why a woman doesn't find out she's pregnant. Some of the reasons are as follows:. This emotional documentary series is popular on Lifetime and provides exclusive access to Riverside Methodists's facilities from the front desk to the operating room.
New Reality Show ‘Labor Of Love’ Sees 15 Men Competing To Get Woman Pregnant
The WE network has a new reality show whose title probably makes most people want to cringe. When I first read about it on our site I winced a little. The spotlight will be on all the drama, conflict and inherent comedy that ensues when these very spirited and single moms-to-be embark on their quest to find Mr. Right, or at least Mr. Right Now.
We introduces the series on their website , saying:. The spotlight will be on all the drama, conflict and inherent comedy that ensues when these very spirited and single moms-to-be embark on their quest to find Mr. Right, or at least Mr. Right Now. Refusing to accept stereotypes, these women thoughtfully manage a combination of active hormones, overbearing families, inattentive fathers-to-be and a slew of dates both rocky and redeeming, as they put together their most modern of families.