TLC is handing out advice. Recently, the network announced their new series Miss Pooh to the Rescue will premiere in November.
The docuseries will follow viral video star Veronica “Pooh” Nash-Poleate as she meets her fans and doles out life advice. Nash-Poleate is most known for her video “Don’t Go in the Shark’s House,” which has received more than 20 million views to date.
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New York, NY – TLC started production on an eight-episode series, MISS POOH TO THE RESCUE (Working Title), following one of last year’s biggest social media stars. Veronica “Pooh” Nash-Poleate, with more than 20 million views on her “Don’t Go in the Shark’s House” clip, has solidified her place in viral video history. A school guidance counselor with degrees in psychology and education, Pooh relishes the online interaction with her “congregation,” but she’s decided it is time to go offline and meet her followers in person. In this new series, TLC follows her common sense crusade while she spreads her Pooh-losophy mission. Armed with her experience as a counselor and mother, and her sassy sense of humor, she’ll start doing house calls – giving advice and spreading love every step of the way. The series is slated to premiere in November 2016.
The bonafide internet sensation is also joining TLC’s multi-platform destination, TLCme, as its newest vlogger. Fans are invited to enjoy her unique take on the latest trending topics as well as her honest and hilarious reviews of popular TLC shows.
“TLC has truly evolved into a multi-platform brand with TLCme as the destination for our audience year-round,” said Scott Lewers, SVP Multi-Platform Programming & Digital Media. “We are excited to introduce Pooh on TLCme months before the show premieres on linear which allows us to add another dimension and drive awareness for the new series and for her as a talent.”
MISS POOH TO THE RESCUE (WT) is produced by Maverick TV and All3 Media America for TLC.
What do you think? Are you familiar with the viral clip? Would you watch the TLC series?
Miss poo! I’m sitting here watching you for the first time on tlc. It’s a young girl who is unmotivated and sleeps all day! That is my SON! He needs a serious wake up call. Plz I need your help.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Bring back “Pooh”! That became my favorite show. She is so “real” and down to earth and she gives excellent advice. And who cannot love Her husband Eugene. He is so funny and a great addition to the show.
pooh where do you shop luv your tops
Hi My name is Charles Jones, Miss Pooh I need your help saving my Family! To be honest I was a controlling and manipulative man I have been trying to change but it’s hard especially when you have lied so much and my fiancé don’t believe a word that comes out of my mouth we have two beautiful children three and one years old I pray that this message finds you I really need your help please please help me it will be a true blessing thank you
Pooh , I really need your help. Help me pleasr
hey this allie cummings frm jacksonvillle fl 32073 have try get ever other gril to talk my friend chris austin okeyh plase help
As long as this is an honest, real show instead of a terrible “scripted” reality show, I would definitely tune to listen to Pooh’s advice!!! But if it is “just another fake reality production” then NO DO NOT GO FORWARD WITH SCRIPTED FANTASIES!!!”
Hi my name is Lise and I am a mom of a 41 year old son that has been trying to meet someone for the past 20 years. My son has mental health issues but is medicated. He suffers of depression. I know that part of his problem is that he has been trying to meet a good woman but things never work out for him. He works but he is still living with me. He has been taken advantage by woman. He does not drink or take drugs. He does not smoke. He is a good person but woman… Read more »
I’m sorry but we don’t have a connection with the show. Perhaps try contacting TLC via their website?
How do we get ms.Pooh to help? I am in need of some help and asstance my wife and I are having some marital problems