E!’s new reality show, Relatively Famous: Ranch Rules, features the kids of celebrities who prove themselves by setting up a ranch.
E! announced an intriguing new reality TV show titled Relatively Famous: Ranch Rules where celebrity kids work on a ranch to prove themselves and help reopen the ranch after being closed due to the pandemic. The show seems to be something of a rehash of the hit reality show simple life, which starred Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie and caused a stir in the mid-2000s.
Similar to Relatively Famous: Ranch Rulesthe vanity of simple life was for privileged rich kids to prove and/or embarrass themselves by doing “work with real people”. Like the cast of relatively famous, Paris and Nicole were also children of celebrities. The biggest difference seems to be the number of cast members and the fact that they will be working on a project instead of traveling to different workspaces like Paris and Nicole. simple life was so popular that it was picked up by E! after being originally canceled by Fox, it ran for five seasons and even spawned 12 different international remakes.
Monday, E! News introduced the show, explaining that it will feature eight celebrity kids who venture out of Hollywood to a working ranch in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. “There they will undertake a series of outrageous, messy and challenging jobs in an attempt to prove that they are more than their famous surnames and, more importantly, they will try to reopen the ranch after a year of closure and loss. .because of the pandemic,” E! News wrote. The show promises to feature both the cast’s bond over shared experiences of having famous parents, as well as drama between cast members. On Wednesday, January 12, the show will premiere with two consecutive episodes from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.
E! News also announced the eight cast members. There’s Hana Giraldo, daughter of rock icons Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, who is described as a thick-skinned musician who’s single and ready to mingle. Next is Austin Gunn, a professional wrestler and son of wrestler Billy Gunn. It is said that he wants to be in the center of the action and strike up a romantic relationship with one of the ranch employees. Then there’s Taylor “Tay” Hasselhoff, daughter of actor David Hasselhoff, who is said to be an “incredibly down-to-earth” realtor. Then comes Jasmin Lawrence, daughter of actor Martin Lawrence, who, as the eldest, would be the mother of the group. There’s also Myles O’Neal, son of NBA star Shaquille O’Neal, who is said to have a big personality. Next are Redmond Parker, son of musician Ray Parker Jr., who is an entrepreneur, and Harry James Thornton, son of actor Billy Bob Thornton, who works as a props man. Finally, there’s Ebie, the daughter of rapper Eazy-E, who is said to have a rocky start at the ranch and struggle to complete the most complicated tasks.
could Relatively Famous: Ranch Rules be simple life made for Gen Z? Whether this formula of reality will appeal to a new generation is unclear, but it holds great promise. The formula is easily replicated just by getting new celebrity kids and there’s plenty of promise for reunions, much like MTV’s. The real world. The biggest determinant of this show’s success will be whether people find the cast charming and hilarious or just obnoxiously privileged.
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Relatively Famous: Ranch Rules: premieres Wednesday, January 12 at 9 p.m. E!.
Source: E! News
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