With Little Women: LA and Little Women: Atlanta delivering big ratings for Lifetime, the network is ready to expand its popular franchise. Now, they are heading to The Lone Star State with Little Women: Dallas (#LittleWomenDallas), which is set to premiere Wednesday, November 2 at 10 pm ET/PT. When Bri Barlup and Emily Fernandez move from Atlanta to Texas after dealing with some hard times, they are ready to shake things up with a whole group of new little ladies who prove that although everything is not always “bigger” in Texas, the drama certainly is! In addition to Bri (@leftcheekLG) and Emily (@rightcheekLG), the cast also includes Asta Young (@AstaYoung), one of the most well-known cosplayers among the convention circuit; Amanda Loy (@_TinyTitan), a professional bodybuilder; Tiffani Chance (@tchance15), a licensed cosmetologist; and Caylea Woodbury (@liltwrk), a go-go dancer.
Little Women: Dallas is produced by Kinetic Content. Chris Coelen (Married at First Sight), Eric Detwiler (Little Women: LA), Katie Griffin (Little Women: Atlanta), Karrie Wolfe (Seven Year Switch), Melissa Tallerine (The Little Couple) and Terra Jolé serve as executive producers, along with Lifetime’s Mary Donahue, Mariana Flynn and Noah Moskin. Thirteen episodes have been ordered for this season.
Lifetime’s “little” premieres continue in November with the special limited docuseries, Little Weddings (#LittleWeddings), starting Wednesday, November 23 at 9 pm ET/PT. Airing for three weeks, Little Weddings follows the McInturff Family who run Sassy Bash Events, a full-service events company specializing in creating magical moments for little people in love.
The big stress of planning Little Weddings is no match for Sassy Bash Events owner Kelly and her siblings Kacy, TJ and Kensey. They bend over backwards to ensure nuptials go off without a hitch for their little clients, even when emotions run high as they balance the everyday challenges of being little and the inevitable power struggles that come when working with family. Little people weddings pose their own unique challenges, and there’s no team better to give couples the best big day ever, but can they make it to the altar without big drama?
Little Weddings is produced by Critical Content and Tom Forman (Catfish), Oliver Bogner (My Five Wives), Jonathan Bogner (Kim of Queens), Brad Bishop (Car Matchmaker), Jon Beyer (Great Food Truck Race), Jen Morton (Don’t Be Tardy) serve as executive producers along with Lifetime’s Mary Donahue, Mariana Flynn, and Noah Moskin.