Three months after iconic singer Whitney Houston passed away, her family is looking to start filming a reality show. It sounds like the Houstons have decided to go the way of the Kardashians, no? Is nothing sacred these days?
We have to imagine that life isn’t easy for Whitney’s family after having lost her to a long-time battle with drug abuse. Her daughter has inherited her estate and now the family is looking to reality television in order to cope. They’ve already worked out a deal with Lifetime TV to broadcast how they are coming together following the songbird’s untimely passing.
The show will be titled “The Houston Family Chronicles” and will feature Bobbi Kristina, Gary, Pat and Cissy Houston. The show will be more centered around Pat and Gary Houston and will show how they care for Bobbi Kristina. The network released a statement saying that the show will follow Pat and Gary as they are “supporting and guiding [Bobbi Kristina] as she faces the world alone…without her mother.”
According to reports, the family was already in the process of considering a reality show, but now that she has passed away, they have retooled the show as more of a tribute to the fallen singer.
Pat said in a statement, “The unexpected passing of Whitney certainly affects the direction of the show. However, it is my hope that others will be enlightened as they watch our family heal and move forward.”