Freeform has added three new unscripted series, “Chrissy & Dave Dine Out,” “Royal Rules of Ohio” and “Sasha Reid and The Midnight Order” to its slate.
Previously set at Hulu, “Chrissy & Dave” and “Royal Rules of Ohio” will now debut linearly on Freeform, with episodes available for streaming on Hulu the next day. Joel Kim Booster hosts the restaurant series alongside Chrissy Teigen and David Chang where they take viewers to must-try restaurants in Los Angeles that are unexpected. As Chang gets to work in the kitchen with the restaurant’s chef, Teigen and Booster host a crop of hand-picked celebrity guests for an entertaining dinner party.
The premiere episode will find them dining out at the wildly popular restaurant Pizzeria Bianco, where Chef Chris Bianco serves up some of the best pizza in the country. Joining them as guests will be late-night host Jimmy Kimmel and his wife, writer/producer Molly McNearney.
The show is executive produced by Alfred Street Industries’ Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz, Nan Strait, Dan Volpe, Michael Rucker and San Heng; Vox Media Studios’ Chad Mumm and Mark W. Olsen; Majordomo Media’s David Chang, Dave O’Connor, Chris Ying and Christopher Chen; Huntley Productions’ Chrissy Teigen and Tracy Stevens; and 3 Arts’ Luke Dillon. The show is directed by Anna Chai.
Starring Thelma Agyekum, Nana Agyekum, Brenda Agyekum, Akili Bobo Agyekum and Delali Agyekum, “Royal Rules of Ohio” is a documentary series following three Ghanaian sisters as they navigate their twenties in Columbus, Ohio. The Agyekum sisters live a lavish life as the daughters of royal descendants of two of the most wealthy and powerful Ghanaian kingdoms. However, behind closed doors, viewers are given a glimpse into the double lives that the sisters are living, which could tarnish their family’s noble reputation.
The series is produced by studio eOne and executive produced by Tara Long, Ben Megargel, Madison Merritt, Kim McKoy, Amy Callahan, and Jayson Elmore.
According to official description, “Sasha Reid and the Midnight Order” is a “documentary series following Dr. Sasha Reid and her secret society of young women with vastly different backgrounds but one common obsession — the dark psychology of those who commit harm and the desire to protect those that law enforcement has ignored. They band together to work outside the system to protect the vulnerable, solve cold cases, and dive into the dark minds of killers using forensic expertise and world-class data skills. Their motto is to have compassion first, but let the evidence lead.”
“Sasha Reid and the Midnight Order” is directed by Nancy Schwartzman and Maija Norris serves as showrunner. Executive producers are Schwartzman and Norris along with XTR’s Justin Lacob, Kathleen Flood and Bryn Mooser.
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