VH1 announces summer schedule
After the jump, I'll tell you about the new shows...
Brooke Knows Best (premieres July 13th at 10 p.m.) This show will focus on Brooke's life in Miami post-Hogan Knows Best and will follow Brooke's roommates Ashley and Glenn too. Wait, she's living with a guy? Does Hulk know about this?
Glad God with Vivica A. Fox (premieres August 21st) Fox will host this competition show that searches for the next great celebrity "stylista." The reward? The winner will get $100,000 as well as a career styling an A-list celebrity.
I Want to Work for Diddy (premieres August 4th) You saw this one already. It was called Making the Band. Just kiddin'. This competition will track 13 contestants as they battle it out to get the job of a lifetime: assistant to the hip-hop mogul Diddy. Although I'm not so sure being Diddy's assistant is the job of a lifetime.
Luke's Parental Advisory (premieres August 4th at 10:30 p.m.) I swooned for a moment and thought this show would follow Luke Perry, the one and only Dylan McKay from 90210. But alas, it's about Luke Campbell, hype man for 2 Live Crew. The series will tag along as Campbell balances his kids, his fiance, life in suburbia and his adult entertainment company.
New York Goes to Hollywood (premieres August 4th at 10 p.m.) I knew she'd be back. She can't stay away long. New York, who is already a star (you betta ask somebody!), wants to be a legit A-list actress. And it looks like Tailor-Made (winner of season 2 of I Love New York) will not be joining her: "To focus on her new mission, New York has to put her last conquest, Tailor Made, on the backburner as she tries to take on Tinsel Town."
The Cho Show (premieres August 21st) It sounds like Kathy Griffin's My Life on the D List: "The series will touch upon all aspects of Margaret's "anything goes" lifestyle, from the strained and awkward moments provided by her somewhat traditional Korean parents, to the more irreverent and outrageous moments shared with her colorful cast of friends and colleagues."
I Love the New Millennium is premiering Thursday July 23rd at 9 p.m. and will be on nightly at 10 p.m.
VH1 Rock Honors will be held on July 17th at 9 p.m. VH1 will pay tribute for 2 hours to The Who (the first time the show has only included one band / artist).
VH1 Rock Doc: Elton John: Me, Myself and I will be aired on June 12th at 9 p.m.
VH1 will also be airing reruns of The Bachelor (snore) starting June 1st and ending June 7th. You read that correctly. They will be showing all seven seasons of the show in one week. I love VH1, but this is not a good idea. What do you think? At least it will be over in a week.
Which of these shows (if any) look interesting to you? Personally, I can't wait for New York Goes to Hollywood.