Dee Snider’s ‘Growing Up Twisted’ Offers Interactive Behind The Scenes Commentary

Dee Snider’s ‘Growing Up Twisted’ Offers Interactive Behind The Scenes Commentary

July 26, 2010

Dee Snider's 'Growing Up Twisted' Offers Interactive Behind The Scenes CommentaryAs a compliment to the GROWING UP TWISTED back to back episode premiere tomorrow night, July 27th at 10pm and 10:30pm ET/PT, A&E would like to introduce “Behind the Screen.” “Behind the Screen” is a live episode companion that will live on Facebook and the Growing Up Twisted page on A&E with behind the scenes commentary, voting and fan interaction. Tomorrow night at 10pm ET/PT, look for the tab entitled “Live” to be featured on the A&E Facebook page: and join us for the “Behind the Screen” live online viewing party! Watch the show to get to know the Sniders, tune-in to the viewing party to gain even more access to this rather unique family.

Growing Up Twisted Synopsis:
An undeniable presence in the 1980s, Dee Snider is instantly recognizable as the front man of heavy metal band Twisted Sister. But really, he’s just one of six — a regular guy navigating life in the suburbs of New York with his powerhouse wife, Suzette, and their four kids. They are an off-beat but tight-knit family with children who are fiercely independent and strong-willed: Jesse is an aspiring rock musician, husband and new father; Shane is the resident comic; Cody’s a budding filmmaker; and Cheyenne is daddy’s little girl, making the tough transition to teenager. They’re a rock-solid family of unique individuals not afraid to speak their minds. Despite their father’s rock star status, they are just like every other family… only not at all.

“Growing Up Twisted” is produced by Evolution Media (“Real Housewives of Orange County”) for A&E. Dee Snider is executive producer and Ron Starrantino is producer. Executive producers for Evolution are Douglas Ross, Greg Stewart, Kathleen French, Alex Baskin and Kevin Lee. Robert Sharenow and Elaine Frontain Bryant are executive producers for A&E.

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