MTV Greenlights New Reality Show About Lindsay Lohan’s Greek Beach Club: Get Details

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Lindsay Lohan is channeling her inner Lisa Vanderpump by welcoming reality TV cameras into her new night club in Greece. Lindsay’s new show, which will chronicle the happenings at her club, Lohan Beach House, is being dubbed the Grecian ‘Vanderpump Rules.’

(We’re sure LVP—who has successfully co-owned dozens of bars and restaurants in her lifetime—is thrilled by this comparison!)

Last month, Lindsay hinted at the possibility of the show to The New York Times and now it looks like the famous redhead has been given the green light.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, MTV confirmed that the show has been picked up and is currently filming.

“The show, produced by unscripted veterans Bunim/Murray, will be set at a recently opened beach club on the Greek island of Mykonos,” THR stated. “The show will follow [Lindsay] and the staff of the Lohan Beach House at work and, presumably, after hours. Think ‘Vanderpump Rules’ on the Mediterranean.”

Since packing up and moving to Dubai a few years ago, Lindsay has kept a relatively low profile in the celebrity world, only making a few TV and film appearances… including her random (yet also fitting) gig with

“I don’t have any bad intentions. And my past has to stay in the past. Like, people have to just let go of it and stop bringing it up because it’s not — it’s gone. I think success is the best revenge — and silence, as a presence,” she told The NY Times when asked why she left the United States. “When I chose to change my future, my life, I was like, ‘Where’s the one place I can find silence?’”

While living abroad, Lindsay decided to focus on a market she once knew so well: the club scene. Lohan Beach House is the brick and mortar embodiment of the old adage, “you can take the girl out of the party, but you can’t take the party out of the girl.”

While Lindsay’s presently-untitled reality show will document the happenings at her Greek establishment, according to The New York Times, the international businesswoman already has her sights on opening another beach club on the island of Rhodes as well as one in Dubai.


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A premiere date for Lindsay’s reality show has yet to be released, though fans can quench their Lindsanity thirst in the meantime by catching her on Season 2 of the British scripted sitcom, Sick Note, which returns this week on Sky One. According to IMDB, Lindsay will appear in eight episodes this season as character Katerina West.

Of course, if you’re looking specifically for a Lindsay-reality-show fix, you can always dig up some re-runs of the eight-part docu-series, Lindsay, that aired in 2014 on OWN… just don’t blame The Ashley for any emotional scarring that may result in viewing that horrific show.

Watch Lindsay talk about life in Dubai in this interview from April.

(Photos: ALBERTO PIZZOLI- Getty Images/ Twitter, Instagram )


  1. Okay, she was on track to becoming the “it” girl 15 years ago, but she threw it all away. Why does the world keep forcing her on us every now and again like we’ll care (meaning the show, not this article)? MTV, stop trying to make Lindsay Lohan happen. She’s not going to happen.

  2. Ummm. “While living abroad, Lindsay decided to focus on a market she once knew so well: the club scene.” I eat every day, maybe I’ll open a restaurant. I really do wish her the best, because it does seem like she’s trying to turn her life around, but this isn’t going to be any Vanderpump Rules (which in and of itself is horrific), for a couple of reasons. One: it’s in Greece which is lovely, but I think a lot of people watch LVPR because they might want to visit someday and no one has ‘da club, a la Lindsay on the Grecian bucket list. Two: Lindsay’s not relevant here at the moment and three, you need the right type of characters to make people want to watch (ie. wannabe actors). Again, I wish her the best, but I won’t be watching, when I need to watch a disaster featuring Lindsay I have Netflix to thank for Keeping “Liz and Dick” alive in our collective nightmares.

  3. Lilo is involved in a lot of dark and evil shit. What’s done in the dark will be brought to the light. I hope I’m around to witness it.

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