Former Stars of ‘The Simple Life’ Paris Hilton & Nicole Richie to Star Together in New Reality Series: Get Details on Their Reality TV Comeback

Let the ‘Simple’ shenanigans begin (again).

Sill & Bill fans, rise-up. 

Nearly 20 years after The Simple Life series finale aired, Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie are reuniting and returning to reality TV. 

According to TMZ, the former pink pickup-driving pals have signed on for a new series that is reportedly still very early in development.  

While ‘The Simple Life’ was undoubtedly a big success, a source told TMZ that Paris and Nicole’s new show will have a different name and premise. The two had reportedly been talking for months about the possibility of doing another series before ultimately nailing down an idea. 

As you may remember, long before Paris and Nicole were wives and moms–- and Paris was appearing on her latest reality series, Paris in Love–- the two were best known for partying and, more importantly, providing entertainment on the small screen via their reality series, ‘The Simple Life,’ which aired from 2003 to 2007. 

I can literally hear this pic…and I’m not mad about it.

The first two seasons of ‘The Simple Life,’ which aired on FOX, followed along as Paris and Nicole traded their luxurious lifestyles for a pink pickup truck and airstream to travel across the country while meeting everyday people and taking on different jobs/wreaking havoc on their temporary employers. 

This truck/airstream combo belongs in a museum.

In Season 3-– the final season to air on FOX–- the two took on various internships. 

The series then moved to E! for Season 4, in which viewers saw the socialites step into the role of “wife” for different families, with Paris and Nicole alternating their time on-camera due to a falling out that had occurred between the longtime friends prior to filming. Paris and Nicole went on to reunite for Season 5, where viewers saw them “work” as camp counselors. 

According to TMZ, Paris and Nicole sold their new reality TV project to an unnamed streaming service, but not before causing “an all-out bidding war” between interested production companies and distributors. 

While the winning streaming service has not been revealed, the series will be filmed under the production company Fulwell 73, which is owned by James Corden.

Filming on the new series has yet to begin and an official announcement is said to be coming soon.  

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(Photos: FOX; Instagram) 

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  1. I think they should do a show catching up with the Leding family from Arkansas. They were sweet.

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