Even though the couple were reportedly shopping around a sitcom loosely based on their life, VH1 instead agreed to give them a reality show. You know we won't be able to resist this snarky bit of comedic, vomit-inducing gold waiting to happen.
Because there aren't quite enough over-entitled rich 20 somethings on TV, E! is reportedly developing a new reality series titled Rich Kids of Beverly Hills.
The reality series will follow a group of young adults who live a life of excess in Beverly Hills. Deadline reports, the series will feature "the offspring of the most elite families and billionaire moguls party, play, and support each other against a backdrop of wealth," and has been inspired by a Tumblr blog titled Rich Kids of Instagram.
What makes for better reality television than the scorned exes of television? You know the answer is "not much" if you keep up with the ladies of Hollywood Exes! Now, it's being reported that two more celebrities' former wives are hoping to score their own show.
If that's the case, CeeLo Green and Usher should be shaking in their ridiculously expensive shoes, because Christina Shanta Johnson and Tameka Foster (the men's respective exes) want to be reality stars! As you know, of course, both divorces were nasty, nasty, nasty!
Is Courtney Stodden trying to upset Farrah Abraham? The child bride (now an adult) has been offered "big money" to film a solo sex tape, according to her mother-of-the-year, Krista Keller.
Apparently an online adult-film site erroneously believes a lot of people want to see Courtney and her new set of boulder boobs rock out to 'I Touch Myself…' (OK, I made the song part up…) and offered her an extremely lucrative deal to shoot two "solo scenes" that would be edited together for a "360 degree" video. Oh gross, I feel ill now.
The CEO of Panoporn Max Gambler believes Courtney could garner $3.5 – $5 million in profit if she agrees to a backend deal and a guarantee of $100,000 – $200,000 up front.
As if you didn't already have enough reality television to keep up with on a regular basis, Oprah Winfrey's network (appropriately called OWN…brilliant!) is in the works to create a new show that I know I will totally get sucked into watching.
Being touted at as a docu-series (that's Oprah's fancy way of saying "reality show"), the premise of the program is to follow the daily life of former NFL star Deion Sanders. Count. Me. In.
WNET released three trailers for fake "upcoming" reality shows, Meet the Tanners, Clam Kings, and Long Island Landscapers, in an effort to make a statement about the sad state of quality programming out there. We can all agree that reality shows have jumped the shark plenty of times, so it's no surprise that PBS had to add a disclaimer at the end to let people know they aren't real.
After all the drama and ridiculousness of the reality shows we're hooked on, we could use a healthy dose of silly humor poking fun at it!
Reality TV star Kendra Wilkinson is being sued for promoting a weight loss supplement called Ab Cuts. Kendra has endorsed Ab Cuts – which claims to assist with body fat reduction in the abdominal and thigh areas – since shortly after the birth of her son, Hank Baskett IV, in 2009.
Plaintiff Adam Karhu has filed a federal class action lawsuit against Kendra, as well as General Nutrition Corp, General Nutrition Centers, and Corr-Jensen Labs, for promoting Ab Cuts as a healthy, effective weight loss supplement.