Katie Price lands new reality TV show
- Bang Showbiz
- 6 March 2017
Katie Price has landed her own reality TV show 'My Crazy Life' on Quest Red
Katie Price will give fans a look into her explosive life with a new reality TV show.
The 'Loose Women' panellist raked in the viewers last year when her equestrian show 'Pony Club' hit television screens and now bosses at Quest Red are hoping that she'll achieve the same success with her new 12-part fly-on-the-wall series 'My Crazy Life'.
She said: "I'm so excited to be the first commissioned show on Quest Red. Putting my pony club together last year was such a fun return to reality TV - I loved it. Now I can't wait to show everyone what goes on in the Pricey household. We've got over 100 animals and five children so expect lots of noise, mayhem and plenty of drama!"
The show will capture the 34-year-old former glamour model as she cares for her huge collection of animals, renovates her home and juggles being a mother to her five children; Harvey, 14, Junior, 11, Princess, nine, Jett, three, Bunny, two.
Clare Laycock, VP, Head of Quest Red, TLC & Investigation Discovery said: "This series takes us into the heart of the crazy, action-packed life of one of the UK's most outspoken, entertaining and best-loved working mums.
"I'm delighted to welcome Katie onto Quest Red and look forward to joining her and her family and friends for more fun-filled antics this summer."
While Richard Hastings, Creative Director of Shiver, added: "Katie is TV Gold. You never ever know what is going to happen when she is around. So watch this space! The Pricey is back - and we are thrilled to be working with her again!"
Katie - who was previously known as Jordan - is no stranger to reality TV as she's previously starred in 'Jordan: The Truth About Me', 'Jordan: The Model Mum', 'Jordan: You Don't Even Know Me' and 'Jordan Gets Even on Five'.
She later appeared in'Jordan: Living With a Dream' and then a series of fly-on-the-wall installments from 2004 until 2009 based on her marriage with Peter Andre.
Their separation didn't mean the end of Katie's television career though as she went on to have her own individual show 'What Katie Did Next' and then 'Katie'.