NBC bumps debut of Ryan Seacrest's 'Momma's Boys' to November 12
By Christopher Rocchio, 10/09/2008
NBC has announced its new Momma's Boy reality series will premiere two weeks later than previously scheduled.
Although NBC had recently announced that the Ryan Seacrest-produced reality dating series would debut on October 29, the network has now decided to delay the show's premiere until Wednesday, November 12 at 9PM ET/PT
Momma's Boys will begin with three mothers and sons moving in with 32 single women -- some of whom will be "nice girls" the mothers will approve of, and others who won't meet the possessive yet loving moms' high standards.
Once there, the Momma's Boys bachelors will spend six episodes narrowing the women down to their one woman -- and in the process, determine who is the most important woman in each of their lives: their mothers or their new significant others.
Momma's Boys was first announced back in May and was originally supposed to have debuted "on the heels" of NBC's August coverage of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing.
The show is being produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions and Glassman Media, with Andrew Glassman serving as executive producer alongside the American Idol host.
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