HBO’s “Girls” won big at the Golden Globes 2013, with Lena Dunham finally getting to reap the benefits after all those years of hard work. A reality show based on the series is now in the works, ABC News reports.
It all started with a Craigslist ad scouting for girls for a new project of unscripted television. The team behind it says it’s an “Emmy-winning production company,” so that probably means this will totally happen.
“The real life television show we are making follows the trials and tribulations of an ensemble of wise-beyond-their-years young ladies. We are with you living the dream in hipster Brooklyn and lower Manhattan,” the ad says.
“Are you thinking about that show –‘Girls?’ Well we didn’t say it but... now that you mention it,” it adds.
Basically, the reality series will stick to the “Girls” recipe or, if you will, to the recipe of most reality shows now on air: get a group of people together under the same roof, if possible, and then stand by for the drama.
For the time being, these are all the details available on the show.