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Rob Lowe Goes to Washington in New Reality Series

by Rich Keller, posted Jun 30th 2010 11:50AM
Rob Lowe is teaming up with production house 44 Blue for a new Washington D.C. based reality series.All those years of portraying government officials on shows like 'The West Wing' and 'Brothers & Sisters' seem to have grown on Rob Lowe -- so much so that he has decided to base a new series on real-life up-and-comers in the nation's capital.

According to the Washington Post, Lowe has teamed up with production company 44 Blue to launch a new reality series titled 'Potomac Fever.' The show would focus on a group of young Washingtonians as they try to make headway in the politically-charged District of Columbia.

According to Lowe, his affinity for the adventures of young Washingtonians is the reason he decided to help create the series. "They live and love at the center of world power," he said. "I can't wait to tell their stories."
Lowe can certainly relate, as he portrayed a number of young Washingtonian over the last decade. On 'The West Wing,' Lowe starred as White House Deputy Communications Director Sam Seaborn. From there, he moved on to a position in the U.S. Senate on ABC's 'Brothers & Sisters.' Next season, he'll have a recurring role as a government auditor on NBC's 'Parks & Recreation,' on which he appeared at the end of season 2.

Specific details on 'Potomac Fever,' such as cast, storyline, and where it will air, have yet to be released.

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