Ooh, do we smell a “Rachel Zoe Project” crossover? Bravo’s recently announced pickup of docudrama “Kell on Earth” gives Kelly Cutrone of “The City” fame her own showcase for the world of single-motherhood and fashion.
The show, which premieres Monday, Feb. 1 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, will center on the behind-the-scenes workings and madness of Cutrone’s successful fashion PR company, People’s Revolution.
Cutrone, a single mom to daughter Ava, is no fuzzy bunny. She’s been called one of the “coolest, most intimidating persons ever” and is writing the lovingly titled book, “If You Have to Cry, Go Outside.”
A rather subdued Cutrone outlines what the show is about below:
If fashion industry mayhem isn’t your bag, then FOX has something that’s a tad more male-skewing. The network announced that it gave the cartoon “Bob’s Burgers” a 13 episode order.
From “Home Movies” co-creator Loren Bouchard, “Burgers” centers on East Coaster Bob who runs a burger joint and lives with his wife and three kids. The Hollywood Reporter says that the idea came about when Bouchard wanted to do a comedy about a family of cannibals running a restaurant but dropped the cannibalism part. “Burgers” is scheduled for an early 2011 premiere.