Hulu’s unscripted offerings include The Kardashians and a new reality series featuring a pair of WWE stars.
The celeb family and wrestlers will soon be joined by a group of Mormon women who are swingers.
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The streamer is currently working on docuseries The Secret Lives of Mormon Wives.
Rob Mills, EVP, Unscripted & Alternative Entertainment at Walt Disney Television, speaking at the Realscreen event in New Orleans, said, “We have a show that we’re working on now that we’re excited about, which is about a group of Mormon wives who are also swingers.”
He said, somewhat jokingly, that this show sums up the difference between a Hulu show and an ABC show.
The series is being produced by Jeff Jenkins Productions, the company behind Netflix’s Bling Empire. It is being exec produced by Jeff Jenkins, Russell Jay-Staglik, Andrea Metz, Brandon Beck, Ross Weintraub, Reinout Oerlemans, Lisa Filipelli, Danielle Pistotnik and Georgia Berger.
It’s the latest Mormon series for Hulu; the streamer aired Mormon No More in 2022, which followed the journey of a 30-something married Mormon mom who’s just discovered she’s gay and in love with her female friend, another Mormon mom.
It comes ahead of the launch of Love & WWE, which focuses on WWE stars Bianca Belair and Montez Ford’s relationship. The series, which launch on February 2, will peek into their lives, following the pair’s road to WrestleMania.
The series is produced by WWE and Wheelhouse’s Spoke Studios. Kevin Dunn and Chris Kaiser are the executive producers for WWE. Pam Healey, Will Nothacker, Liz Fine, Russ Friedman and Jayson Elmore are executive producers for Spoke.
Meanwhile, The Kardashians, which is produced by Fulwell 73, has aired four seasons on Hulu. Mills called The Kardashians a “signature” Hulu show and the “face of our unscripted brand” and it has Vanderpump Villa coming soon.
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