The Bravo network is gearing up for a reality show based in the Silicon Valley, and it found one of the Valley's own to steer the ship.
The show (which may or may not be) called "Silicon Valley" has Mark Zuckerberg's sister, and former marketing director of Facebook, Randi Zuckerberg on board as executive producer.
The show will chronicle the adventures of tech entrepreneurs and their fans as they try to become the next big thing, says VentureBeat.
“Teaming up with internet entrepreneur Randi Zuckerberg, Bravo captures the intertwining lives of young professionals on the path to becoming Silicon Valley’s next great success stories,” Bravo said in a statement.
The show features Hermione Way of The Next Web and Newspepper, Kim Taylor of Ampush Media, and Dwight Crow founder of Carsabi.com, Marcus Lovingood, Founder of Futureleap, and Ben Way, Founder of The Rainmakers, among others.
On a related note, the network will also be launching a series called "Huh?" based on the story of Ben Huh, of "I Can Has Cheezburger" fame. Yes, it will be meme-based. Lol.