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Vivica A. Fox coming to Lifetime to startle people

Keep your eyes open - Vivica A. Fox may be watching you. On the surface, it doesn't sound so bad. But, although she may be beautiful, I'd rather not have anyone watching me from the shadows.

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Fox will be hosting Prank My Mom, Lifetime's new hidden-camera comedy series, the Hollywood Reporter said today.

Fox, most recently seen on Dancing with the Stars and Curb Your Enthusiasm, has agreed to do 10 episodes of the series. The series will feature sons and daughters pranking their mothers, including setting them up on blind dates from hell.

The series will premiere Oct. 9 at 10 p.m. EST, but will be previewed Sept. 27 and Oct. 4 at 10:30 p.m. following Project Runway.

Fox has worked with Lifetime before, such as starring on 1-800-Missing for three seasons. 

Wouldn't this be a whole lot more interesting if it was Fox being pranked, 24/7? I mean, this is going to come off as a lame Punk'd rip-off, right? And is this really what Lifetime is getting into nowadays? My mom used to watch it whenever she was in one of her "men are the devil" moods. And now, instead of women overcoming adversity, we are going to see "comedy?" 

Okay then.

 


Details
Network:
- Lifetime
Person:
- Vivica A. Fox

Written by: Hamatosan
Sep 5th, 2012, 6:25 am

Anonymous

Message Posted On Oct 22nd, 2012, 7:54 am
Caught an episode of Prank My Mom -- absolutely hysterical. Just great!
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Message Posted On Sep 5th, 2012, 8:40 am

Yeah, Lifetime has branched out a bit from just their famous "original movies". Which my mom also used to watch sometimes. Vivica can startle me anytime she'd like.

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