The reality series Bad Girls Club is returning to television, MTO News has learned. The explosive reality show - which was created for Oxygen - will start filming in a few weeks.
For those that aren't familiar with Bad Girls Club, the show focuses on the lives of seven women, deemed "bad girls". The "Bad Girls" are provided lodging in a mansion, and given a luxurious lifestyle for three months. Their lives inside and outside of the house are then chronicled and recorded by a production team.
But production only casts women that have violent tendencies. So the show ends up capturing altercations and physical confrontations between the highly aggressive, quarrelsome, and unruly women.
The show was eventually canceled on Oxygen, as the network pivoted away from racy reality shows. But MTO News has confirmed that VH1 has now picked up the Bad Girls Club.
One exec at the company explained, "We're going to give the show a refresh, and possibly add some old casts members from Love & Hip Hop."
The show is currently casting for "Bad Girls" now . . .
Bad Girls Club (abbreviated BGC) is an American reality television series created by Jonathan Murray for the Oxygen network in the United States. The show focused on the altercations and physical confrontations of seven highly aggressive, quarrelsome, and unruly women.
Each of the women would tend to have psychological and behavioral problems. Mischievously sexual and rascally moments are also captured among the women. All seven women typically have different backgrounds and personalities.
They are introduced to the show based on their capacity to be a "charismatic, tough chick." The cast, deemed "bad girls", would enjoy a luxurious lifestyle in a fine mansion for three months, during which they had to obey specified rules. Their lives inside and outside of the house were chronicled and recorded by a production team.