Discovery Communications will launch a new cable channel targeted at upscale males later this year, the company announced Thursday.Get more of today's latest newsElsewhere at Discovery, Oprah Winfrey's OWN renewed four of its original series and ordered six new programs.As previously reported, Our America with Lisa Ling will return for a second season, as will In the Bedroom with Dr. Laura Berman, Enough Already! With Peter Walsh and Oprah Presents Master Class.As for the new series, Confronting focuses on the mediation process between a victim and his or her offender and I Owe You My Life chronicles the stories of everyday people who, despite great risk, went to heroic lengths to protect others. My Mom and Me dissects unusual mother-daughter relationships; Unfaithful: Stories of Betrayal focuses on couples struggling with infidelity; Louie Spencer Dance Project follows the famous choreographer as he takes over a New York dance center; and Sweetie Pies explores former backup dancer Robbie Montgomery's trials as she opens her second restaurant in New York.Say Yes to the Dress spin-offs, Randy to the Rescue and Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids. TLC also ordered celebrity-fronted shows including Niecy Nash's Wedding Bash and I Kid with Brad Garett, which features the former Everybody Loves Raymond star interviewing kids about everything from religion to politics and current events.
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