Pop has ordered eight episodes of a docuseries called “Hollywood Darlings” featuring three child stars of the 1990s: Christine Lakin (“Step By Step”), Beverley Mitchell (“7th Heaven) and Jodie Sweetin (“Full House,” “Fuller House”), who will also be competing in the upcoming spring edition of “Dancing With the Stars. ” The logline: The half-hour series will follow these three lifelong friends who grew up together in “the business,” became household names, and now take on even bigger roles as moms, wives and businesswomen. Their social circles include other celebrities, who will make special appearances throughout the series.
“Our childhood characters prepared us for the roles of our lives…literally. There really aren’t words to describe the way we grew up and the bond we share, so we decided that we wanted to give a glimpse into our unique sisterhood,” said Sweetin, Lakin and Mitchell. “Our fans have always been at the heart of it all, and we love that we have found a home on Pop. We’re so excited to go on this journey and take people inside our lives, post-childhood fame.”
“Hollywood Darlings” is based on an original concept by Jimmy Fox (“Mob Wives,” “United Shades of America”). The series is produced by Objective Productions USA and All3Media America with Jimmy Fox, Layla Smith and Greg Lipstone serving as Executive Producers.