Cheryl Hines reality show picked up by NBC

NBC just wrapped up its fall 2010 orders by picking up a reality show called School Pride from Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm) and Denise Cramsey (Extreme Makeover: Home Edition). The feel-good series will give communities the chance to fix up their aging schools and was inspired by a similar (though untelevised) effort in Compton, Calif., in which the locals spruced up a local campus.

Just like what happens on ABC’s Home Edition, camera crews will follow volunteers as they turn around a school. The show was announced as an NBC special earlier this year.

NBC is expected to announce its fall lineup Monday in New York.

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  • Barry

    More reality show garbage.

  • lucy

    Oh how smart NBS- you cancelled
    L & O to pick up a reality show-You are stupid-SO tired of reality shows-won’t watch most of them- I will watch American Idol-Dancing with Stars-L & O-Mercy re-runs now-The GOod Wife—But not your stupid reality show

  • Darla

    NBC is cancelling a quality show like “Law & Order” for another piece of non-reality crap. They’re a bunch of flaming idiots.

  • Weed

    I am tried of any networks likes to cancel the good shows and replacing with crappy shows and then cancel crappy shows with even crappier yet… so sick of it.

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