We're Live Facebook Chatting With Joe Zee Today At 4 P.M. About His New Sundance Show "All On The Line"

Elle Creative Director (and the breakout star of MTV's The City) Joe Zee is coming back to the small screen on March 29th, starring in the Sundance Channel's brand new fashion show, "All On The Line." And while, at first glance, it may seem like "Project Runway," it most definitely is not—though do look for familiar face Kara Janx! The eight part series will feature designers (one each week) who have reached a certain level of success in the fashion industry but are still struggling to become major names or turn a profit. In a role that's as perfect as PB&J, Zee plays mentor, helping the designers diagnose the problem, critiquing everything from design to production, and holding their hands as they present their line to a buyer. Whether or not they take his advice is up to each designer (uh, duh) but the ever-optimistic Zee hopes to re-energize each person that comes on the show—it's all about re-engaging creative forces and re-igniting love for fashion. "All On The Line" is an hour long program that airs Tuesdays from March 29th to May 17th at 10 p.m. EST/PST on Sundance.
Want more "All On The Line?" Don't fear, R29 is here! We're holding a live Facebook chat with Joe Zee today at 4 p.m.—check out our Facebook page then to tune in!

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