In this series, three beauties travel to California to realize their dubious dream: living in Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion. Season six introduces Hef's newest set of personal Playmates, identical twins Karissa and Kristina Shannon and Crystal Harris, as his girlfriends, who take the place of Holly, Bridget and Kendra, although that threesome will still appear on the show from time to time.
Being in the spotlight doesn't necessarily make life easier for reality TV stars and, in fact, often makes things harder for the celebrities. Oftentimes, their relationships suffer from the notoriety. In this series of the "Marriage Boot Camp" franchise, stars of such shows as "The Real Housewives" and "Bad Girls Club" seek help from therapists and other experts to prevent their personal relationships -- either romantic or familial -- from getting worse. The therapists put the celebs and their loved ones through their form of boot camp, testing them with challenges that include revealing some of their deepest secrets and personal woes.
Introduced to viewers in "Braxton Family Values," Tamar Braxton is the family's sassy youngest sister. This series follows Tamar and music mogul husband Vince Herbert, whom she married in 2008, in their relationship, which centers around her obsession with achieving instant pop stardom and his attempts to keep his sanity while trying to help her reach her goal. While they have an over-the-top lifestyle, Tamar has her hands full dealing with Vince's health issues, her stagnant music career, and pet dog Miracle, who constantly barks and relieves himself everywhere. Through the highs and lows, the couple are out to prove that a husband and wife can mix business with pleasure.
Kimberly Stewart -- the daughter of singer Rod Stewart -- is the central figure in this reality show that follows members of two celebrity families, the Stewarts (led by matriarch Alana) and Hamiltons (with patriarch George). Model-turned-author Alana, who has married and divorced both Rod and George, is doing her best to keep the blended families grounded and away from the temptations of Hollywood. George, who acts as a secondary father figure to Alana's children, is working to repair his relationship with oldest son Ashley, a reformed bad boy, while raising refined and ambitious teenage son George Jr., who shares a special bond with his father despite the big age difference between them. Kimberly, meanwhile, is ready to refocus on pursuing her fashion career now that her young daughter is in school. Also featured on the show is Kimberly's brother Sean, an entrepreneur who is trying to create a name for himself outside of his famous father's shadow after a life filled with scandals.
Although not necessarily a household name nationwide, Kim Kimble is one of the biggest names in Hollywood when it comes to hair. The celebrity hairstylist comes up with the hairstyles worn by many on Hollywood's A-list, including Grammy-winning singers Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige and Shakira. Her clientele also includes the not-so-famous through her successful retail product line and the exclusive Hollywood salon that she runs, Kimble Hair Studio. Staffed by talented but high-strung stylists, the salon is at the crux of this reality series that documents the stylists' fierce rivalry and desire to be on top. Also featured in the series is Kim's mother, Jasmine, a hairstylist and salon owner herself who encouraged her daughter to follow in the family's hairdressing legacy after recognizing Kim's talent at an early age.
NBA player Lamar Odom steps off of the hardwood and into the celebrity spotlight as he stars with wife and reality TV veteran Khloe Kardashian Odom in the not-so-creatively titled "Khloe and Lamar." The docu-series follows the couple as they try to balance their hectic schedules, families and, perhaps most importantly, their romantic one-on-one time together. The second season adds another challenge for the celebrity power couple -- adjusting to life in Texas in the aftermath of Lamar being traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks.
Swimmer Ryan Lochte was one of the breakout stars at the 2012 Summer Olympics, more so for his performance out of the pool than in it -- although he did win five medals, including two golds. Since then, Lochte's celebrity lifestyle has included a number of endorsement deals, guest appearances on prime-time TV shows, and this docuseries, which proves that he goes all out to have a top-speed lifestyle -- just as he does when he swims. The program showcases Lochte's friendships, love life and family dynamic while highlighting the "athlebrity" aspects of his new fame, including his "Lochteisms." Jeah!
Kim, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian are busy ladies and don't have time to run their upscale DASH boutiques all by themselves, so they have employees working at the stores to help them out. "Dash Dolls" focuses on two of the company's workers, Khloé's best friend Malika Haqq and her twin sister, Khadijah Haqq-McCray. The docuseries shows how the Haqq sisters balance the hectic lives that young women have in Hollywood -- including romances and parties -- with the stress and drama that come from representing the Kardashian brand. Although it is a glamorous job to be working for one of Hollywood's most famous families, the three sisters are often demanding bosses.
Wives and girlfriends (the titular WAGS) of professional athletes get perks that other woman usually don't get -- money and fame among them. Because it's a relatively small group of people, many WAGS are close friends with one another. But there is a hierarchy within the group, as the wives who have husbands with multimillion-dollar contracts have all the power. This reality series follows several WAGS who are married to or dating professional athletes. Sasha Gates, who is married to a veteran professional football player, is the head of the group and has her own children's clothing line with best friend and fellow WAG Autumn Ajirotutu, who is also married to a pro football player. Barbie Blank is involved with a professional hockey player, but she is an athlete herself -- she used to be a pro wrestler under the name Kelly Kelly.
Lisa Vanderpump first gained fame as a cast member on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," but her full-time job is as co-owner and boss at West Hollywood, Calif., restaurant SUR, which stands for Sexy Unique Restaurant. Vanderpump balances her motherly instinct with her shrewd business sense to maintain control over the restaurant's wild group of employees who are working at the eatery while pursuing their dreams. Drama seems to be part of the job for the employees at SUR, who tend to date -- and, in most cases, subsequently break up with -- their fellow co-workers.