Reality show manufacturers hope to capture the gritty life of Las Vegas strippers in a brand new planned series for TLC
Reality TV 's been around for the time that is long; following the daily lives of bored, rich housewives, teen moms, New Jersey guidos and guidettes, and ridiculously rich and talentless celebutantes. We've seen women within the act of providing delivery, appearing, at least, to own sex, and people getting arrested. But we have not seen the actual backstage life of the women who strip for a living in Las Vegas, Nevada; a lifestyle that is glamorous or demeaning, depending on who you talk to about it.
Capturing the Stripper Lifestyle
Until now, that is. Two truth show manufacturers state they wish to enter The Horse (formerly understood as The Crazy Horse Too) a well-known strip joint located near enough to the Las vegas, nevada Strip to be known to many of the bachelor and Asian tourist crowd and create a show for the epicenter of everything reality, TLC, in the next few months. TLC, you might recall, may be the home base for shows like 'young children and Tiaras,' 'Honey Boo Boo,' 'Hoarders Buried Alive,' and their latest entry in the crazy to crazier market, 'Extreme Cougar Wives.' A real possibility show about the lives of vegas strippers would perfectly seem to blend with that roster.
Darren Maddern, whose credits include the long-defunct 'The Gossip Show with Downtown Julie Brown,' and Edward Barbini of 'Dirty work' fame will be the two producers hoping to make it rain with what they refer to as a 'reality docudrama.' They are going to need certainly to produce a new las vegas niche in a town that has clearly lent itself to reality TV the way in which politicians lend themselves to sex scandals these times.