Lindsay Lohan Is Getting Her Own Reality Show Said to Be 'A Cooler, Hipper, Edgier 'Vanderpump Rules''

Lindsay Lohan is coming to reality TV.

The actress is gearing up for a show centered around her new resort business in Greece.

via Page Six:

Sources told us that Bunim/Murray Productions — which has made such hits as “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” and “Road Rules,” as well as Dina and Ali Lohan’s short-lived “Living Lohan” — will be behind the show for MTV.

Lindsay hinted in a recent New York Times profile that she had a series for MTV in mind, but did not elaborate on any details.

“Lindsay is telling pals that she has a signed deal for a new reality show,” said a source. “Bunim/Murray is producing, and it’s about Lindsay’s new beach club in Greece.”

The source added that the series — “a cooler, hipper, edgier ‘Vanderpump Rules,’?” presumably with Lohan at the center as the Lisa Vanderpump-like character — will start filming at her new Lohan Beach House on Mykonos in August.

The source said the show will introduce Lohan and the central characters while the Mykonos scene is in full swing — and then, after the summer, will shift to follow Lohan and her crew going about launching a new location of the beach club. Reports have said Lohan is opening another location in Rhodes, Greece, soon.

She also previously licensed her name to an Athens club.

“The show will have this European flavor to it,” said an insider. “Lindsay feels that it’s not so uptight like filming in Los Angeles or New York, and they can get a better cast of characters.”

The source said there could be “a lot of English” guest stars, as they are closer to the Greek party scene.

Lohan has designed every aspect of the Mykonos club, reports have said, down to the playlists.

Reps for Lohan, Bunim/Murray and MTV did not comment.

MTV recently launched MTV Studios and announced plans for reboots of its classic series “Daria,” “Made,” “Aeon Flux” and “The Real World” with Bunim/Murray.

We’re still rooting for Lindsay Lohan to get her life back on track — so hopefully this show is a step in that direction.

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