Teaming with their longtime friend, producer David Weintraub, Sean Stewart and Randy Spelling will have their lives in Hollywood taped and broadcast on the upcoming series that some have tabbed as a real-life "Entourage," the Los Angeles Times reported.
Just like the lead characters on the popular HBO series, the Hollywood trio enjoy the exciting lifestyle often attributed to Los Angeles and have the personalities to match, the newspaper said.
"Lot of rehab. Lot of drugs. Heroin and pills. Lot of alcohol. And that's about it," the younger Stewart said of his lifestyle. "I don't care what people think of me."
The Times said the series, scheduled to premiere on April 1, will offer the celebrities' children a chance to step out of the shadows their fathers have cast over them their whole lives.
"It's like trying to fit into Shaq O'Neal's shoes," Spelling said. "Never gonna happen. I mean, my dad's in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most prolific producer in history."
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