Three child stars of the 1990s have landed their own unscripted series on Pop, the network announced Tuesday.
Real-life pals Jodie Sweetin (Full House, Fuller House), Beverley Mitchell (7th Heaven) and Christine Lakin (Step by Step) have teamed up to play themselves in Hollywood Darlings, which the cabler describes as an “unscripted docu-comedy series.”
The half-hour show will follow the actresses, who got their start as child stars and are now “moms, wives and businesswomen;” a release for the endeavor, which has an eight-episode order at the network, promises other celebrities will make appearances throughout the run.
“Anyone who was a TV fan in the ‘90s grew up with Jodie, Christine and Beverley–aspiring to be their best friends, wanting to dress like them and using their popular catchphrases,” Paul Adler, Pop’s senior vice president of original programing and development, said in a statement. “Hollywood Darlings provides an amazing opportunity for viewers to reignite their fandom for this now grown-up trio whose lives are as entertaining as they are relatable.”
“Yay!” Sweetin wrote while announcing the project on Instagram Tuesday. “I love these ladies, and we’re going to have so much fun!” (Per her post, Hollywood Darlings will debut in 2017.)
The series, from Jimmy Fox (Mob Wives), will be produced by Objective Productions USA and All3Media America. Fox, Layla Smith and Greg Lipstone (Tori Spelling: Celebrity Lie Detector) will executive-produce.
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