The 'Mean Girls' actress is getting her own reality show.
OWN has announced the premiere date of the new Lindsay Lohan reality show, Lindsay, which will begin airing from the 9th March at 10pm ET/PT. The docuseries will follow the actress around throughout her daily activities in New York as she makes steps to recover following a period of negative media attention.
Lindsay Lohan Will Be The Star Of Her Own Reality TV Show.
The camera will follow the Parent Trap star as she reunites with family and friends in the city and discusses the highs and lows of fame in an attempt to set the record straight and get her public image back on track.
Lindsay, which will premiere on Oprah Winfrey's network, OWN, was formulated in August just after the embattled actress had left rehab. Lohan agreed to make eight episodes of the show which will chart her attempts to rebuild her career in showbusiness and stay out of the path of drugs and alcohol.
The Camera Will Follow The Star Around New York As She Reunites With Friends & Family.
However, the notoriously unreliable actress has been given an ultimatum by Oprah Winfrey herself to make sure she sees her plans through. "I went to her house just to say, 'What are you doing? Let's get real here'... because it's television and we stand to gain if it does well," revealed Oprah, via Digital Spy. "But the real truth is - and anybody who knows me, certainly my producers on the way there - I said, 'If I get here and Lindsay isn't serious, I will shut this thing down today'," she added.
Oprah Gave Lindsay An Ultimatum.
Lohan landed the show back in August 2013 in a deal worth a reported $2 (£1.3) million. It has also been reported that Lindsay's parents, Dina and Michael, have been banned from appearing anywhere on the show. The decision to not feature the "Lohan family circus" was apparently one made by the Lindsay producers' decision, on the basis that they want to focus on the star's "comeback and recovery," reports TMZ.