'Tia &Tamera' reality show cancelled as NBC Universal gives the Style Network the Ax?

By Mereb Gebremariam | Nov 27, 2013 07:25 PM EST
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Celebrity twins Tia and Tamera reality show may be cancelled after NBC Universal chose to move the Esquire Channel to currently the Style Network slot.

Because the Style network is in forth place behind other popular NBC Universal brands: Bravo, E!, and Oxygen, the network would replace it with a men's based channel based on Esquire magazine.

The Hollywood Reporter obtained the statement from NBC Universal Cable Entertainment Group chairman Bonnie Hammer:

"...Our goal has always been delivery of compelling content by means of distinct, complementary brands, each in its clearly defined lane. With Bravo, E! and Oxygen, we offer unique takes on popular culture for an ever-broadening audience, including the all-important female demo. In pursuit of that same demo, Style presents brand overlap within our portfolio. Esquire Network, on the other hand, offers an opportunity to introduce a lifestyle network that speaks to an upscale male audience underserved in the current marketplace."

 When Tia Morway was asked about the fate of he reality show, she told HipHollywood, "I don't know, we haven't heard anything. We don't know if we're coming back for a fourth season."

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