Arts, Entertainment, Living
It's no secret that OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network has struggled in the ratings since its January debut, in part, perhaps, because of a plethora of reruns of the network's limited original programming. OWN seeks to remedy that this month with several debuts, including:
"Addicted to Food" (10 p.m. Tuesday): Real people struggling with their love of food at a treatment center.
"The Judds" (9 p.m. Sunday): Docu-series that follows Naomi and Wynonna Judd on their first concert tour in 10 years.
And debuting today, there's "Kidnapped by the Kids" (9 tonight), which feels like a reverse "Supernanny" (only more dull). Rather than an expert training parents how to handle their children, the kids -- presumably with the assistance of an unseen producer -- kidnap a workaholic parent from his or her daily work life for a full week.
Read more after the jump. ...