Rosenblum said "Home Delivery" will be a talk show that combines elements of reality and makeover shows with "more connection with the guests."
Four hosts will travel across the country in four trucks delivering makeovers, remodeled houses, dream weddings and family reunions, with 99 percent of the episodes filmed on-site.
Tailed by multiple cameras, crew members and the blue version of the "Home Delivery" truck, Jordan told her story to crew members and producers Monday.
The crew first filmed Jordan, her sister, Erin, her brother, Nicholas, neighbor Amber Sisk, Jordan's mother, Nikki Stubbs, and Jordan's grandmother, Sissy Stubbs, outside their home on George Street.
Jordan then started what Fletcher called her "makeover."
She was taken to a beauty salon and would receive new clothes, he said.
Next was a meeting with her "bully." Her two cousins, mom and grandmother accompanied her, Fletcher said.
Rosenblum said details about the rest of the show were not available until the episode's airing and Jordan was unable to comment during the experience, due to the set being closed.
She was also unable to comment following the show.
But her sister said her feelings about doing the show were mixed.
"She's happy to be on TV, but sad that she's having this problem," Erin said.
Rosenblum said "Home Delivery" will begin airing on Sept. 13, but the date Jordan's episode will air has not been determined. "Home Delivery" will air on the WB from noon to 1 p.m.