Oxgyen adds seven new series as part of rebranding
NEW YORK -- Oxygen Media on Tuesday unveiled its 2014 programming slate in New York, which will include seven new reality series aimed at modern young women. The new lineup will include two competition series. In "Nail'd It," hosted by Adrienne Bailon, top nail designers will vie against each other for a $100,000 prize, while "Street Art Throwdown" will feature up-and-coming street artists aspiring to be the next Banksy. In "Fix My Choir," struggling choirs will receive mentoring from Michelle Williams, formerly of Destiny's Child, and Deitrick Haddon, star of the network's "Preachers of L.A." From executive producer T.I., "Sisterhood of Hip Hop" will follow a number of female hip-hop ...