What Not to Wear, TLC’s popular makeover show’s the fashion clueless make over of nominated contestants’ wardrobes and lives have been being helped by Stacy London. In eighth season which started from October 29, Clinton Kelly, London and co-host is teaching former “Facts of Life” star Mindy Cohn how to “shut the door” on the shoddy wardrobe behavior which she has prepared since her sitcom days.
This series will make the move to telecast from Friday nights to Tuesday, effective Tuesday, December 21 at 9 pm ET/PT. Since its inception in 2003, it has been running on Friday nights. ‘What not to wear’ the last Friday night premiere will air on Friday, December 17 at 9PM ET/PT.
The uproarious personalities, Stacy London and Clinton Kelly host ‘What Not to Wear’ which is derived from a British television series of the same name. The nominated contestant’s wardrobe is picked by Together Stacy and Clinton, thrown everything in a trash can. They parade the victim (er, lucky winner) facing a 3-way dressing mirror, and then send them off with $5,000 on a Visa Card to shop for enhanced clothes in New York City. Frankly speaking, it is a pretty good exchange. For entire new wardrobe and a trip to Manhattan, a few minutes of awkwardness.
Nancy Daniels, SVP of Production and Development, TLC says, “WHAT NOT TO WEAR has been a staple in our programming for years, and has such a loyal following.We’ve decided to build up our Friday night lineup with more of our wedding-themed programs, and believe that WHAT NOT TO WEAR will continue to be appointment viewing, now on Tuesday nights. WHAT NOT TO WEAR viewers are passionate about this show, and the fact that it is in it’s 8th season is a testament to that.” BBC Productions has produced ‘What not to wear’ for TLC.
A contributor is featured in December 21st’s episode for the first time in the series’ history who in fact prompts one of the ‘What not to wear’ experts to quit set after her self-protective attitude shoves them over the edge.
Jon & Kate Plus 8 , Little People, Big World , What Not to Wear, 19 Kids and Counting, Say Yes to the Dress, and LA Ink are included in innovative docu-series and reality-based programming of TLC. Another ‘Cake Boss and Ultimate Cake Off’ is also added to TLC menu of programming that continues to increase into the food genre. Over 98 million homes in the US, nearly 8 million homes in Canada and through the website at www.tlc.com, the channel is available.