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Reese Witherspoon goes unscripted. The Oscar and Emmy winner will host her personal collection Shine On With Reese, premiering July 17 on Witherspoon’s Whats up Sunshine channel on DirecTV (1112 on DirecTV and 1530 on AT&T’s U-verse).
Shine On With Reese is Witherspoon’s first unscripted collection and “celebrates the tales of extraordinary girls who’ve created their very own distinctive paths to success,” AT&T mentioned in a press launch.
“I’m thrilled to have such like-minded, inventive collaborators at AT&T to assist Whats up Sunshine pursue our mission of elevating and showcasing the voices of ladies that we now have such admiration and respect for,” Witherspoon mentioned in an announcement. “I’m so excited for the world to expertise the tales from our partnership with AT&T, that are set to be equal components entertaining, inspiring, thought-provoking and unabashedly actual.”
Shine On with Reese will function Witherspoon talking with the likes of Dolly Parton, Ava DuVernay, Pink, Cleo Wade and Elaine Welteroth, Candace Nelson and Sara Blakely, Glennon Doyle and Abby Wambach, America Ferrara, Kacey Musgraves and Simone Askew.
“Shine On with Reese is about experiencing with Reese the tales of outstanding artists, entrepreneurs and leaders who occur to be girls, and divulges how their private journeys are distinctive but relatable,” Charlotte Koh, head of digital media and programming at Whats up Sunshine, mentioned in an announcement. “It epitomizes our objective of telling sudden tales from fascinating girls’s views.”
The primary episode debuts July 17. The subsequent Whats up Sunshine collection, Grasp the Mess, premieres September four. Grasp the Mess options The Residence Edit’s decluttering gurus Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin tackling the pantries, closets, bogs and laundry rooms of households with a mix of comedy and group
“AT&T was certainly one of our first companions within the quest to carry female-centric storytelling to the forefront and we’re particularly pleased with how these authentic collection push that mission forward,” Sarah Harden, CEO, Whats up Sunshine, mentioned in an announcement. “We’re wanting ahead to working with AT&T to develop extra alternatives for girls to see themselves and their tales mirrored in leisure.”