Larsa was fired after one season of RHOM because viewers found her dull and couldn't relate to her storyline which consisted of complaining about all aspects of her fabulous life and degrading "the help." Meanwhile in the off-season Larsa's former NBA star husband Scottie Pippen maybe filed for bankruptcy because he might be broke.
Currently Larsa spends most of her days parading around with Kim Kardashian for exposure on Kourtney & Kim Take Miami, but now she's nobody's latch-key famewhore because she just scored her own show.
Who do they think is going to watch that?
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Larsa and Scottie will be the stars of their own family drama show called "Big Pippen" which will air on the WE Network. According to Starcasm the show will revolve around the Pippen's move from Miami to Chicago for Scottie's career.
“From private jets to designer digs, diamond rings and six NBA championships, the Pippens live a truly charmed life,” the series advertisement bragged. “Add in her overbearing family and his clan from Arkansas, and this duo is living life Big Pippen style.”
The couple has been married since 1997 and they have four children: three boys and one girl. Their new show is part of a big roll out on WE of female-centric shows.
Says Network Sr VP of Original Production and Development Lauren Gilbert: “All of the shows take a bold, edgy approach to programming by spotlighting characters whose lives we want to explore. These are women who are juggling it all just like the rest of us but have what I call a ‘built-in entertainment factor.’"
Cyndia Lauper will also be getting her own show on the network which is titled Cyndi Lauper: Still So Unusual and Ms. Gilbert explains they are looking to cast shows that represent a wide variety of women and their life choices. She tells The Hollywood Reporter:
"Cyndi Lauper, the rock star [who stars in Cyndi Lauper: Still So Unusual]; Kendra [Wilkinson], the sex symbol [of Kendra on Top]; Larsa Pippen, the powerful business woman behind the Pippen brand." all represent that model. The network also has a show called "Shoe Whores" in the works. Oh my…
Big Pippen premieres sometime in 2013.
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