It's been a tough summer for Paris Hilton, but the celeb may now be turning things around, starting with a new docuseries for Oxygen.
Oxygen just picked up the show, which will center on Hilton as she "enters the next stage of her life." A. Smith and Co. is behind the show.
Here's the show description:
With Hollywood on one side and real life on the other, this series follows Paris and three important women in her life, through all of their ups and downs, loves gained and lost, marriages, kids, divorce and more, revealing this lively group of dynamic individuals.
Behind the glamour, red carpets, photo shoots, and fabulous parties stands a strong woman who’s determined to make a new life for herself. The New Untitled Paris Hilton Project offers an unprecedented voyeuristic glimpse into Paris’s real life. The always controversial model, actress, singer and entrepreneur runs a successful fashion and style empire, but she never forgets that the most important things in life are family and friends.
The untitled show will feature another tabloid fixture, Brooke Mueller — Charlie Sheen’s wife — as well as Playboy centerfold Jennifer Rovero. Other Friends of Paris appearing in the show include nightlife promoter Allison Melnick and Paris' mother, Kathy.
“Paris is magnetic in such a way that viewers are naturally curious about her and think they know her based on what they see in the media,” said Oxygen's Amy Introcaso-Davis. “We’re looking to truly bring an all-encompassing look at her life, friends, family, and relationships, all that’s not represented every day. It's going to be a fascinating journey.”
Hilton, of course, recently made headlines by admitting in court that she stashed cocaine in her purse and lied to police after being arrested for possession in Las Vegas. She pleaded guilty to drug drug possession and obstructing an officer.
Arthur Smith and Kent Weed will exec produce the show, as well as Paris Hilton, Rick Hilton and Jamie Freed.
Paris Hilton is no stranger to reality TV, of course, having starred in "Paris Hilton's My New BFF" and "The Simple Life."