Fall newbies include "Orange County Choppers," "Tattoo Titans," "The Untitled Cassadee Pope Project" and "Untitled 495 Series"
CMT is adding four new series for its fall lineup.
"Orange County Choppers," "Tattoo Titans," "The Untitled Cassadee Pope Project" and "Untitled 495 Series" join "CMT Crossroads" and "Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders," which return with new episodes, the cable network said Wednesday.
“We’re continuing to build off of our recent success, and loading our fall schedule with brand new series, new episodes of returning series, acquisitions and the incredible music that CMT is known for,” Katie Buchanan, the channel's senior vice president of program scheduling and acquisitions, said in a statement.
She continued, “Our prime ratings average exploded over the previous quarter, as well as over a year ago, and we’re confident that these new series will continue our growth trend.”
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Here are descriptions of the new fall series:
"The Untitled Cassadee Pope Project"
Premieres Oct. 4 at 9:00 p.m., ET/PT
"The Untitled Cassadee Pope Project" offers a behind-the-scenes look at up-and-coming artist, Cassadee Pope, the winner of Season 3 of “The Voice,” and her journey to become a star.
"Untitled 495 Series"
Premieres Nov. 8 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT
CMT’s new reality series, "Untitled 495 Series," follows a group of all-American guys and gals for a summer of fun on the coast of South Carolina. There will be an abundance of southern pride, CMT boasts.
"Orange County Choppers"
Premieres Nov. 16 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT
The world’s most-renowned custom motorcycle manufacturer and its fearless leader return to television in "Orange County Choppers," a new eight-episode series premiering on CMT. The show follows Paul Teutul Sr. and his team in creating mind-blowing crazy bikes and drama.
Premieres Nov. 16 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT
Each week, four of the best tattoo artists from around the country will face off against each other in a competition designed to push them to their artistic and mental limits. The winner gets $10,000 in cash.