The Real Baby Mamas L.A. Reality T.V. Show, 1st Season 2nd Episode, Aired November 11th on Comcast & Verizon

Nov 15, 2013, 10:07 ET from Ground Up Films

LOS ANGELES and RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ground Up Films has announced, The Real Baby Mamas L.A. 1st season 2nd episode aired on Monday, November 11th at 10:30 PM on Comcast 95 Verizon 36. The new show features different Baby Mamas throughout the L.A. County area and their children. Though this show has already caused and stirred up a lot of controversy, Executive Producer Cornelia Gail stated, "This is an issue that has to be addressed." Today, one-third of American children – a total of 15 million - are being raised without their father.

"The Real Baby Mamas L.A." spotlights the key struggles and issues of women raising kids with absentee fathers or fathers they have yet to marry. The show highlights the failures, disappointments and accomplishments of each woman. The cast all have diverse backgrounds, unique experiences and current lifestyles that are all varied but have this in common; the women are doing whatever it takes to feed, clothe and nurture their babies. "The Real Baby Mamas L.A." is a progressive and forward looking Reality T.V. Show for "Baby Mamas making progress." The show follows Ms. V.A. She has three kids with a fourth one on the way, four different baby daddies. She is the author of four books and is currently homeless and receiving assistance from L.A. County. The show also follows Amillie'on Hunter, known as Chyna. She is from L.A. County. She grew up in the Foster Care System where she was molested. She lost her mom at eleven and she is currently nine months pregnant about to deliver her firstborn. Her child's father is incarcerated, so she went thru most of her pregnancy alone. The show follows Teaira Gilchrist, known as Beauty on the show. She was born and raised in South Central, Los Angeles. She has one son and her dad was shot and killed when she was only seven years old. She was kidnapped by a pimp at age fifteen, was homeless and forced to break into abandoned homes for shelter. Faced with gang violence on a regular basis, her baby was confronted with guns in his face twice, once at only two months old. With the help of L.A. County, one of her goals is to change her life and make a difference for her son.

"The Real Baby Mamas L.A." is Produced by Ground Up Films, with Cornelia Gail serving as Executive Producer.

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