Leigh Anne Tuohy GMC TV: Filming Underway on GMC TV's Reality-Based Original Series

March 22nd, 2013

ATLANTA – March 1, 2013 – GMC TV has started production in Los Angeles on its World Premiere Original Series “Family Addition with Leigh Anne Tuohy.” Produced by Tremendous! Entertainment, this inspirational and compelling series will follow different families every episode as they make the ultimate commitment to open up their hearts and add a new member or members to their family. The series will make its world television premiere on GMC TV in June.

Hosted by Leigh Anne Tuohy, the real-life inspiration behind the blockbuster film The Blind Side which earned Sandra Bullock an Academy Award® for Best Actress, “Family Addition with Leigh Anne Tuohy” will feature families as they go through the practical, physical and emotional process of adding a new family member and make over part of their homes to accommodate the new addition. Tuohy will provide the series’ creative vision and oversee the home improvement projects for each episode. “Family Addition” will also feature Team Tuohy, which includes the insight of Tuohy’s daughter, Collins Tuohy, a noted inspirational speaker and co-owner of Whimsy Cookie Company, a boutique cookie company; and Special Educator “Miss Sue” Mitchell (the character played by Kathy Bates in The Blind Side), each providing support to families in unique ways as they transition into their new family situation. And as is Leigh Anne’s get-it-done-style, don’t be surprised who else may show up as needed to help get the project completed.

“There are so many unsung heroes in communities across America who demonstrate unconditional love and support by taking on the responsibility of fostering and then adopting children in their care,” says Tuohy. “These are life changing, emotional situations that can be overwhelming. In ‘Family Addition’ we help to break down walls if necessary to help families deal with the changes they experience and to help ensure that ultimately each child has an opportunity to have a family and a place where they feel loved, valued and accepted.”

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