Snoop Dogg continues his expanding hold on the entertainment industry. Today VH1 announced that it has given the green light to seven new productions including shows featuring Snoop Dogg, Luke Campbell, Tiffany "New York" Pollard and the comedian Margaret Cho. Big Snoop Dogg will be performing on a series of shows called "Storytellers" and will debut on March 31st. Snoop will will tape the episode this month in Brooklyn, will perform a catalog of songs and explain the inspiration behind each. In addition, VH1 will have four new "celebrity" sitcoms, including eight episodes of Uncle Luke's "Parental Advisory" and ten episodes of a new New York show called "New York Goes To Hollywood." Uncle Luke's show will feature him balancing his life while managing an adult entertainment empire while New York's show will her ditching the winner of last seasons "I Love New York," for Hollywood and the dreams of becoming an actress.
"This new slate of provocative ‘Celebreality’ shows, insightful music
documentaries and exclusive music performances will keep our success
streak going while fueling our expanding original programming efforts,”
said Jeff Olde, VH1’s new Executive Vice President of Programming and
Development. Margaret Cho's "The Cho Show" and Hulk Hogan's daughter Brooke's show "Brooke Hogan Knows Best" will also debut on VH1 this season.