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Gossip Girl returns Monday, the 24th, but make way for more shows, too, including spinoffs and old favorites. Here’s the new lineup for spring, and beyond:
Lauren Conrad’s new docu-style show for MTV has already started filming, but no title or start date have been confirmed. Expect lots of behind-the-scenes design stuff: meetings, sketches and hopefully, party hopping and schmoozing.
Whitney Port’s Hulu show launched today. Genuine Ken: The Search for the Great American Boyfriend tests different guys’ ability to complete “perfect boyfriend tasks” in a non-ironic Legally Blonde stylized format. I’m not sure this one will last.
Olivia Palermo is getting her own show, too, and apparently her own fashion line. She’s played coy about the actual plot so far, but my guess is that it will involve lots of European fashion shows and editorial shoots, ie, posing.
Final City spinoff news (I hope): Erin Kaplan is leaving ELLE for a new position as head of PR at Teen Vogue. There’s been no confirmation of the cameras following her to TV but Fashionista remembered that EIC Amy Astley recently divulged that the magazine is working on a new show, and Kaplan certainly has the clout and following to start it off right.
Now here’s one I’m really excited about: Kelly Cutrone is getting a new show, and you don’t even have to be in the fashion industry to receive some of her bitchy-with-a-spoonful-of-love career advice. She’s currently casting “talented, motivated, and dedicated young adults (appear to be 18-23) who want to showcase their talents and passions.” If you’re cast, Kelly will tell you if you have what it takes to make it — on camera, and in front of millions of people.
And finally, The Rachel Zoe Project: Season 4 will happen, and will be all about Baby Zoe. More importantly, will we finally learn what happened with the split from Brad?