Toni Braxton is the latest celebrity to open up her home to reality television cameras.
Toni, the Grammy-winning singer of Un-Break My Heart who declared herself bankrupt in October last year, will appear in Braxton Family Values on the WE network starting in April.
Toni's sisters - Traci, Towanda, Trina and Tamar - are all aspiring singers and the show will follow their attempts to break into showbiz like their sister.
The channel is also broadcasting a series about Joan Rivers and daughter, Melissa, along with A Stand Up Mother, about comedian Tammy Pescatelli trying to balance family and career.
The US channel will also renew the series Downsized, about a family struggling through tough economic times. Staten Island Cakes, which is repetitive of other cable reality programmes about high-end bakers, will debut this summer.
The show is about a 21-year-old baker whose mother and sister work for him - and who is bossed by them at home.
"Our goal is to put on families that are big personalities, who are interesting, entertaining, full of drama and conflict and you can't wait to tune in next week," Kim Martin, the network's president and general manager, said.