While there’s nothing like a mother-daughter bond to warm your heart, there’s nothing better than a family feud to heat up the small screen. And that’s exactly what fans should anticipate when Lifetime airs its latest reality series, “The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition.”
In the upcoming show, which is set to premiere on March 1, six mother-daughter pairs will attempt to repair their broken relationships with the help of therapist Dr. Debbie Magids.
“Mother-daughter relationships are complicated — even if they’re good!” the experienced psychologist says in a promo for the upcoming series. “You all agreed you need to be here to fix your relationships.”
Curious which celebs have signed onto the upcoming series? Kim Richards, of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” and her youngest daughter, Kimberly Jackson, will attempt to mend their relationship, but they’re not the only TV darlings starring on Lifetime’s new show. “The Hills” alum Heidi Pratt and her mother Darlene Egelhoff, as well as Natalie Nunn from “Bad Girls Club” and her mom Karen will also attempt to sort out their issues on the forthcoming installment.
Kevin Federline’s ex-wife Shar Jackson and her daughter Cassie will also be appear on the show along with Jessica Canseco, who married baseball played Jose Canseco in 1996 before divorcing him three years later, and her daughter Josie. Josie was recently busted for a DUI in March 2015 — a concern that will be discussed during “The Mother/Daughter Experiment.”
Last but not least, Courtney Stodden, who famously married then 51-year-old Doug Hutchinson when she was just 16 in 2011, will appear on the show with her mother Krista. The twosome will explore their tumultuous relationship, which will lead Courtney to unveil a jaw-dropping secret about her mom.
“What mother would do that to her own daughter,” Courtney says in the trailer, attempting to fight back tears, “to fall in love with her own husband?”
Fans can catch the drama when “The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition,” premieres on Lifetime Tuesday, March 1, at 10 p.m. EST.