Parental Discretion with Stefanie Wilder-Taylor Joins NickMom
Nickelodeon is gearing up for their upcoming block of shows for a segment called NickMom. They recently added a new show to the line up called Parental Discretion with Stefanie Wilder-Taylor. The show will feature comments, interviews and sketch comedy. The show will air in the new block of shows on Nick Jr channel, starting on October 1st. This show will follow what rest of the already confirmed series on the upcoming block. However, no word on when the show will premiere yet or what time slot it will air in. In the mean time, this is what Nickelodeon had to say about the series.
Parental Discretion with Stefanie Wilder-Taylor (26 episodes) is a show that blends studio elements, interviews, video commentary, monologues and panel discussions with hidden camera, mom on the street and sketch comedy. Each episode explores a different element of parenting, all through the irreverent and funny eyes of author and comedienne Stefanie Wilder-Taylor (Naptime is the New Happy Hour, Sippy Cups Are Not for Chardonnay). The series is executive produced by Hugh Fink (The Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Saturday Night Live, The Showbiz Show), Jane Lipsitz and Dan Cutforth from Magical Elves (Top Chef, Fashion Star) and Co-Executive Produced by Stefanie Wilder-Taylor and Jim Jones (Mad TV).
It sounds like this show might do well, but not on Nick Jr. I would think that Lifetime would be a good spot for a block like this, but it will be interesting to see how this show and other series in the block do. I hope that they do well enough and not flop. I will be rooting for the block and shows, though. It would be great if the shows worked out, but they do have that risk. I hope that I am wrong and that Nickelodeon does find success outside of their usual viewership like they wish.
How do you like the sound of the show and the show’s block? It is unique, but I question about the network. I am not sure if enough mother’s pay attention to Nick Jr, so that is a risk in my eyes. But I am rooting for them. Maybe some families or teens could even enjoy these shows as well. I think that could help with their viewers, don’t you agree?