Ryan Seacrest has added another fold to his ever-evolving portfolio of television shows. This time, the multimedia personality is throwing his production hat into the hip hop realm for his forthcoming VH1 docu-series, “Girls in the Game.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Seacrest will executive produce the six-episode series which will highlight the trials and tribulations of a group of up-and-coming white female rappers aspiring for rap supremacy.
Although, the network has yet to announce the show’s cast and premiere details, the news comes two years following Seacrest’s failed attempt to acquire and rebrand VH1’s sub-channel, VH1 Soul.
The “American Idol” host has since moved on to launch AXS TV alongside partner Mark Cuban and entertainment promotion giant, AEG.