"I (Heart) Nick Carter" (TV show) is a reality docu-series on VH1 that focuses on Backstreet Boy Nick Carter's relationship with his fiancée.

Growing up in front of the camera as the most popular member of the Backstreet Boys, Nick Carter has lived a charmed life. Known for being the only single member of the band, Nick was deemed "America's Most Eligible Bachelor" and reveled in the title.

But now, all that's about to change — after years of playing the field (and the occasional bad romance) Nick Carter has finally found love, and is getting prepared to take the long walk down the aisle. Nick's fiancée Lauren Kitt is a smart, self-possessed woman who has become the center of his universe. But no one said love would be easy. Lauren may be the apple of Nick's eye, but his devoted fans aren't too pleased to see their idol snatched away by "another woman." Add to the mix Nick's demanding career, as well as both Nick and Lauren's outrageous families, and suddenly "happily ever after" seems a whole lot more difficult to achieve. The series will follow Nick and Lauren as they chart the sometimes rocky path to "I Do." Will their love prove strong enough to overcome all the obstacles that stand in their way?

"I (Heart) Nick Carter" is executive produced by Eric Bischoff, Jason Hervey and Riaz Patel for Bischoff Hervey Entertainment. Nick Carter also executive produces. Susan Levison, Jill Holmes, Kristen Kelly, Fernando Mills and Laurel Stier serve as executive producers for VH1.


Network: VH1
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: September 10, 2014
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Bischoff Hervey Entertainment

'I (Heart) Nick Carter' Prepares to Walk Down the Aisle — Premiering Wednesday, September 10, the new VH1 series will follow the most popular member of the Backstreet Boys and his bride-to-be Lauren Kitt as they chart the sometimes rocky path to "I do." Read more...
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