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A&E Network has entered into an unscripted development and production deal with Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy, it was announced today by David McKillop, General Manager and Executive Vice President of A&E. The first project in the overall development and production deal is "Donnie Loves Jenny", an original unscripted docuseries following the newlyweds who will also serve as executive producers. The 10-episode series will mark the launch of Walhberg and McCarthy's joint production entity, D&J Productions. The series will be produced by "Wahlburgers" production company 44 Blue Productions in association with D&J Productions. "Donnie Loves Jenny" will follow Wahlberg and McCarthy from their recent wedding through their lives as newlyweds. Production begins immediately on the 10-episode series, which will consist of a one-hour wedding episode followed by nine half-hour episodes.
Donnie hopes to keep his edge by purchasing a new motorcycle, but passing the vehicle's test proves to be a challenge; Jenny needs to take care of business at the DMV.
The couple settle into their new home and celebrate Donnie's first birthday in St. Charles; Jenny fears her baby boy is gone forever when Evan enters adolescence.
Donnie and Jenny must come up with a creative way to deal with the increasing number of fans coming to their St. Charles home and invading their privacy.
Jenny plans an anniversary gift for Donnie and works on a charity auction for Generation Rescue; Donnie helps make Jenny's fundraiser a rousing success.
Donnie is honored at Chicago's South Shore High School, located only a few miles away from Jenny's childhood home; family members explore all the places that had an influence on Jenny.
Jennie ends up being reminded that she is getting older with Halloween, and her 42nd birthday just around the corner. Donnie attempts to take Jennie's mind of growing older.
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