Nicole Richie's web series '#CandidlyNicole' will be made into a TV show

VH1's Susan Levison says the show will highlight Nicole's "sharp, acerbic sense of humor."
By Annie Martin Follow @littlemannie   |   April 2, 2014 at 9:55 AM
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Nicole Richie's web series #CandidlyNicole will be made into a VH1 television show.

The show will be based on the star's AOL online series of the same name and her Twitter feed.

The eight-episode series will follow Richie as she works as House of Harlow 1960's creative director, and continues to pursue acting, authorship and philanthropy. The show will highlight the actress and designer's sense of humor as she offers her insight on work, fashion, and relationships.

"Nicole's sharp, acerbic sense of humor and broad audience appeal make #CandidlyNicole a perfect fit for the VH1 brand," VH1's Susan Levison says. "Viewers will enjoy her unique point of view and earnest look at pop culture as well as her fearless exploration of anything and everything taboo."

#CandidlyNicole will debut on VH1 on July 17.


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