VH1 has given the green-lite to the one-hour scripted series inspired by Star Jones’ 2011 book “Satan’s Sisters.” The series revolves around the egos of a cast of women who are the hosts of the fictional show, “The Lunch Hour”.
While Star is saying the series is only “loosely” based on her experiences as co-host of “The View” from season 1-9, multiple sources including Variety aren’t beating around the bush. Here are more details about the plot: “Satan’s Sisters” will focus on the five female co-hosts of a popular daily TV talk show and the fireworks that ensue each weekday when they discuss life, love, family, politics and gossip. The five women, who all have very different points of view, are best friends and sisters – while they’re on TV. But behind the scenes, they are “Satan’s Sisters” – a backstage world filled with power struggles, personal demons, diva fits, love affairs, man troubles, cat fights and cocktails.
Star gave insight into what to expect from the show’s characters in saying, “I would be lying if I said that ‘Satan’s Sisters’ wasn’t influenced by the soap opera life of daytime TV, but it is a work of fiction. All the characters are inspired, in parts, by someone I’ve worked with, worked for, interviewed, was interviewed by and/or even prosecuted.” The 53-year-old attorney will also serve as executive producer of the project which is slated to premiere in 2017.