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MomLogic.com delivers a TV show

by Jane Boursaw, posted May 6th 2008 10:19AM
Brothers & SistersLast year, the train-wreck-fascinating TMZ.com grew into a 30-minute TV series, aiming its lens at troubled pop tarts and clueless drunks stumbling around Hollywood. And try as we might, some of us were unable to divert our eyes.

Now another website might be morphing onto the small screen. MomLogic.com, a site aimed at moms of all ages, is being eyed to grace the airwaves as a talk show in the fall of 2009, reports The Hollywood Reporter. The Telepictures-created site was launched by Warner Bros. Television Group in November.

I checked out the site and found a mish-mash of features, photos, and videos on assorted topics. Today's stories include an exclusive web interview with Hillary Clinton (what WILL she wear for her inauguration?), Angela Kinsey's new baby, Scary Prom Nights From Hell, Hungry Girl's Cinco de Mayo Survival Guide, "Glam Mama" Mother's Day gifts, and a story on IVF, pegged to Kitty and Robert's storyline on Brothers & Sisters.

I really don't mean to be a wet blanket here, but MomLogic.com itself isn't all that interesting (and I'm a mom, so I'm in the right demo). Unless they give the content a serious makeover, I don't see how this will translate into a viable TV series.

What do you think? Do we need yet another talk show spouting intel we can gather elsewhere? Or will the show contribute something useful to our lives?

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