When NBC debuted their new show,The Baby Borrowers, on June 25thit washit! The Baby Borrowersis “birth control” viaa “new social experiment” that was originally started in Britain. Five teenage couples that range in age from 18-20 are asked to make a bee-line for adulthood. They set up a home, get a job and enter parenthood. They first parent babies, then toddlers, tweens, and senior citizens over a three week time span.
The premiere of the hit Bravo TV show Shear Genius (season 2) is tonight and it looks like it is going to keep us on th edge of our seats. We also have the premiere of Baby Borrowers tonight and another toe tapping episode of So You Think You Can Dance. There are a lot of fantastic shows on today so look below and set your DVRs to make sure you don’t miss your favorites!
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“Real life in a hurry” could be one way to describe what the participants of NBC’s upcoming reality TV show, The Baby Borrowers, may experience. On June 25th NBC will kick off the new show where five 18-to-20 year-olds will rise to the task of taking care of infants, toddlers, tweens, teens, and then elderly folks. The message this reality show is hoping to send is a very clear one: DON’T GET PREGNANT.
We are halfway through June and the weather is already hot with promises to only get hotter in the next couple of months. As we finish off the month and enter July and August, there are some fantastic shows that you simply cannot miss.
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NBC will begin production on "The Baby Borrowers," an intriguing new
alternative series based on the hit British program that asks five
teenage couples – ages 16 to 19 – to set up a home and begin
fast-tracking on parenthood by becoming caring parents first to a baby,
then a toddler, pre-teen and grandparents – all over the course of one