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Emily Dees Boulden and Nicole Noles will begin filming for new show in February

Emily Dees Boulden and Nicole Noles
Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez

Emily Dees Boulden and Nicole Noles made huge impressions on women all over when they were introduced to television. The best friends starred on the Lifetime series "Pretty Wicked Moms." The show aired over the summer in 2013 and was sadly not picked up for a second season despite huge fan uproar. A few months ago the dynamic duo announced they would be starring in their own television series in 2014. According to a Jan. 27 tweet from Emily Dees Boulden, the filming for their show will begin in February. Fans are thrilled to know things are progressing!

It has been roughly five months since Emily Dees Boulden and Nicole Noles have been on television. Fans are going through withdrawls without them. "Pretty Wicked Moms" followed six Atlanta moms and the drama surrounding being a mom and having a life outside of the circle. Immediately Boulden and Noles were the targets of both love and hate. Currently the two women are still very active with their fan base and often spend time on Facebook and Twitter to chat. Emily Dees Boulden is busy running "Swank" in Atlanta and about to have her second child with husband, Pete Boulden. Nicole Noles is busy traveling back and forth to Atlanta to hang out with her bestie Emily and pampering her fur-baby Sommer.

There has not been any information released about the show other than there will be one. No title or network has been announced but fans are patiently waiting for any shred of detail. When Emily Dees Boulden and Nicole Noles get together, there is no telling what will happy. Many of their fans refer to them as the modern-day Lucy and Ethel. Their show will no doubt be a success and their fans will be right there to support them!

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