Jewel joins "The Incurables"


 Channel Premiering Four New Series Including “Sports Dads” with Deion Sanders;

International Recording Artist Jewel Joins New Season of “The Incurables”

 NEW YORK, NY – December 12, 2011 – Veria Living (, a leading media company devoted to showcasing wellness programming and related lifestyle content, today announced a brand new television programming line-up, including the addition of four new primetime series, premiering alongside a new look on-air and online, beginning January 1.  New talent joining the network include NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders as host of the new original series, “Sports Dads,” debuting Friday, January 13, and international recording star Jewel debuting as the new host of returning series, “The Incurables” on Thursday, January 19. 

The announcements were made today by Suresh Bala Iyer, CEO of Veria Living’s parent company, Asia TV USA Ltd., “Veria Living’s new on-air look and the new line-up of high quality primetime original programming will entertain and inform viewers who are looking to improve their way of living through a healthy, natural lifestyle.”  This comes on the heels of the recent creation of a $250 million (U.S.) content development, production, co-production and acquisition fund that will benefit Veria Living as it looks to expand its base across multiple major media platforms. 

Additional new series premiering in primetime are new original series “Labor of Love,” on January 1, and acquisitions “The List” and “Last 10 Pound Boot Camp” on January 8 and 9, respectively. 

Primetime programming descriptions are as follows:

The Incurables, with new host Jewel (airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET beginning January 19)

Veria Living’s “The Incurables” returns for a third season with new host, international recording star, Jewel, examining the triumphant journeys of real patients who refused to give up when faced with a fatal prognosis.   “The Incurables” follows the inspiring real-life stories of people who beat the odds by turning to alternative methods to heal their chronic, often life threatening illnesses.