Men’s version of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ being shopped

Princess Banton-Lofters, who cast "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," is producing and casting a new project focused on men in Atlanta, according to Broadcasting and Cable.

It’s tentatively titled “Boys Club: ATL” and will be set here.

Banton-Lofters is working with Evolution Media, which produces “The Real Housewives of Orange County” and TruTV’s “Ocean Force.”

"We'd obviously admired from afar what Princess did with The Real Housewives of Atlanta, and when she approached us with this idea, it was a slam dunk" said Evolution President Douglas Ross. "Men's lives are as dramatic and interesting as their female counterparts.'"

The story was a bit too vague for me to get a sense what the show would actually be like. Plus, what network might be interested in this type of show? Fox Reality (a network on its death bed) had a show called ‘Househusbands of Hollywood,” which was mildly amusing.

Then again, this may not be as painful as that new Omarosa reality show in which she is seeking a mate. TV One is picking this baby up. Heck, if Ray J, Antonio Sabato and Bret Michaels can do it, why not Omarosa?

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