NickMom to debut Oct. 1, 2012, with late-night TV comedy block

Nickelodeon announced yesterday that it has set an Oct. 1, 2012, launch date for its new NickMom comedy programming block, to air nightly from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. on its Nick Jr. cable channel.

An online companion site and blog already is up and running at In addition to link to the individual TV series for the channel, the online site will include videos, photos, blog posts and games.

“NickMom is a unique TV and digital destination that gives moms permission to wind down from the day and laugh out loud at the shared experiences of motherhood,” said Bronwen O’Keefe, NickMom’s Senior Vice President. “From the comedy of our long- and short-form programming, to the engagement our web site provides, NickMom has the heart and humor of Nickelodeon, but with a specific mom point of view.”

It’s all comedy-centric for mothers to enjoy after their childrens’ bedtimes.

Set for the Oct. 1 launch:

Parental Discretion with Stefanie Wilder-Taylor (26 episodes)

A late-night show hosted by author and comedienne Stefanie Wilder-Taylor (Naptime is the New Happy HourSippy Cups Are Not for Chardonnay). Executive produced by Hugh Fink (The Late Show with Craig FergusonSaturday Night LiveThe Showbiz Show), Jane Lipsitz and Dan Cutforth from Magical Elves (Top ChefFashion Star) and Co-Executive Produced by Stefanie Wilder-Taylor and Jim Jones (Mad TV).

MFF: Mom Friends Forever (20 episodes)

A docu-comedy series starring Judi Diamond and Kate Frisina-White as the MFFs from St. Louis, juggling work, kids, relationships and the web show they produce. Executive produced by Coolfire Originals (Welcome to Sweetie Pies).

NickMom Night Out (26 episodes)

A stand-up comedy series set in different cities. Featured hosts include Tisha Campbell-Martin (LA edition), Judy Gold (NYC edition), Caroline Rhea (Orlando, Fla., edition), and Bonnie McFarlane (Chicago edition). Executive produced by Bob Mittenthal (Double Dare).

What Was Carol Brady Thinking? (26 episodes)

Original The Brady Bunch series, but with the newly-added ability to read Carol Brady’s thoughts throughout each episode. Executive produced by Jim Burns (MTV Unplugged) of Top Dog Incorporated.

And set for the first quarter of 2013:

My 63 Moms (13 episodes)

A docu-comedy series starring comedian and new mother Andrea Rosen, who speaks to different types of moms seeking advice and confirmation that she is not alone in the insanity that is motherhood. Executive Produced by Linda Schaffer and Barbara Kanowitz of Hot Air Productions, and Andrea Rosen.

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