"The Bad Girls Club" premieres December 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Oxygen. The cast hasn't been revealed yet, but the press release says that some of the cast will be "familiar faces," which sounds they'll be famewhores who've been on other Bunim-Murray reality shows. Any guesses on who these "familiar faces" will be? Trishelle from "The Real World: Las Vegas" immediately came to mind. And Tonya from "The Real World: Chicago." They're always whoring themselves out on other reality shows. And any of the drunken bimbos who were arrested while they were on "The Real World."
Here are excerpts from the Oxygen press release:
OXYGEN GREENLIGHTS THE BAD GIRLS CLUB; NEW REALITY SERIES FROM BUNIM-MURRAY PRODUCTIONS
Network Orders 22 Episodes; Largest Episode Order of Reality Series Series Scheduled To Premiere in December 2006
They drive us crazy. Theyre exasperating. And some part of us wishes we could be more like them. From the producers that invented reality television, Bunim-Murray Productions, comes The Bad Girls Club, a new original series for Oxygen debuting in December 2006. The Bad Girls Club is a docu-soap chronicling a group of bad girls that are brought to live in a house together. All are determined to turn over a new leaf if they dont kill each other first.
In order to gain entrance to the club - located in Los Angeles - the group must first (literally) pledge to help themselves, and each other, change their evil ways. The cast of The Bad Girls Club will be a diverse group of women; including some familiar faces, whose inability to play nice with others has held them back both personally and professionally.
"Bad Girls Club underscores Oxygens focus on creating engaging programming for young women that also has broad appeal. Bunim-Murray has honed in on what young women want to watch, which is why they are among the most sought after and successful producers for this demographic," said Debby Beece, President of Programming and Marketing, Oxygen Media.
"With all the reality shows that we have produced, there has been a never-ending fascination with the bad girls in each cast, "said Jonathan Murray of Bunim-Murray Productions. "Since the audience loves them and loves to hate them, we thought it would be perfect to devote an entire series to them, to see how they interact with each other and if its really possible for them to change their ways."
Edited by Vital Verve, Nov 20, 2006 @ 12:13 AM.