Snoop Dogg Bringing Reality Show About Daughter’s Wedding to E!

Snoop Dogg and Cori Broadus at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards held at the Forum in Los Angeles on August 24, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Credit: PopularImages — Photo by Popular Images/Deposit Photos

Snoop Dogg is adding reality star to his list of titles. The rapper, actor and entrepreneur is bringing a new unscripted show about his family to E! network.

The series, which is currently called the “Untitled Cori Broadus and Snoop Dogg Project,” will follow the hip-hop star’s daughter Cori Broadus and her fiancé, Wayne Deuce, as they “navigate life, love and their upcoming nuptials.”

Cori, 24, recently told Teen Vogue she met her fiancé at a party. He didn’t know anyone else at the gathering, so she introduced herself and they stayed in touch on social media.

“I was just being friendly,” Cori said. “I wasn’t even trying to holler at him or anything.”

In January, Cori revealed she’d suffered a stroke. At the time she didn’t say what caused the stroke, but the singer was diagnosed with lupus as a child.

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E! unveiled details about the three-part series on Thursday, May 9. It’s produced by Death Row Pictures and 101 Studios. The show is scheduled to premiere this winter.

The announcement comes as NBCUniversal’s cable channels — including E!, Bravo, Oxygen True Crime, Syfy and USA Network set their 2024-25 slates.

E! Network
Returning series include season 2 of House of Villains, E!’s most-watched freshman series since 2020. The entertainment news series E! News, hosted by Justin Sylvester and Keltie Knight, is also returning along with the network’s signature red carpet franchise, Live from E! hosted by Laverne Cox.

Bravo
Returning shows include a new season of The Valley, the network’s most-watched freshman series in nearly a decade.

Also coming back are Summer House, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Married to Medicine, Top Chef, Southern Charm, Southern Hospitality, and Below Deck.

Housewives fans need not worry. The Real Housewives of Atlanta, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, The Real Housewives of Orange County, The Real Housewives of Miami, The Real Housewives of New York City, The Real Housewives of Potomac and The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City are all returning.

The network is also adding Making it in Manhattan to its schedule. The series follows a tight-knit group of friends as they navigate young adulthood. While some of the cast comes from well-known families, others have created a legacy of their own, but they all are looking to thrive in the city that never sleeps.

SYFY Channel
The network is adding Revival, a scripted original series based on the “Revival” comic book series. The show focuses on one miraculous day in rural Wisconsin when the recently deceased suddenly rise from their graves.

In 2025, Revival will be joined by season 3 of scripted series SurrealEstate.

Scripted series Reginald the Vampire, starring Jacob Batalon, returned for its season 2 premiere on May 8, followed this summer by season 2 of The Ark.

More details on NBCUniversal’s 2024-25 cable slate can be found here.

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