Paris Hilton Docuseries ‘Paris in Love’ Set for November on Peacock (TV News Roundup)

Peacock announced that the new docuseries “Paris in Love” will begin streaming Nov. 11, with new episodes dropping every following Thursday.

The 13-part wedding series will follow Hilton as she discovers the road to the altar has a few unexpected turns along the way as she prepares to marry successful venture capitalist Carter Reum. In the midst of planning for the wedding, fans will watch as Hilton navigates adulthood, a demanding work schedule and plans for her future. Hilton’s mother Kathy Hilton and sister Rothschild Hilton will support her through it all, from her engagement part to bridal dress shopping to the bachelor and bachelorette party in Las Vegas.

From Warner Bros. Unscripted Television in association with Shed Media, Telepictures and Slivington Manor Entertainment, “Paris in Love” is executive produced by Mike Darnell, Lisa Shannon, Dan Peirson, Bridgette Theriault, Andrea Metz, Perry Dance, Paris Hilton and Bruce Gersh. Watch a trailer for the series below.

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Kevin Hart’s sports talk show “Cold As Balls” will be returning for Season 5, premiering Oct. 26, with new episodes airing every Tuesday on the Laugh Out Loud YouTube channel, “Cold Ss Balls” Facebook page and Hart’s Facebook page. Following last season’s outdoor, socially-distanced stadium theme, the new season will return to the original locker room where the show began, featuring more real and hilarious conversations with top athletes and personalities including Michael Strahan, Calvin Johnson, Chloe Kim, Jerry Rice, The Undertaker and more. “Cold As Balls” is produced by OBB Pictures and LOL Studios and is sponsored by Old Spice. Michael D. Rather and Sean Thomas Spencer created the series in 2017, with Ratner serving as executive producer alongside Kfir Goldberg. Ratner also directs all episodes. Hart, Jeff Clanagan, Thai Randolph, Candice Wilson Cherry, Dave Becky and Scott Ratner and Andy Mininger also executive produce, with producer Tina Maher.

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