Ali Landry & Denise Richards’ ‘Hollywood Moms’ Club’ Is Coming To TV

Ali Landry & Denise Richards' 'Hollywood Moms' Club' Is Coming To TV

Ever wonder what goes on inside of those monthly gatherings with actress Denise Richards and her gal pals Alison Sweeney, Ali Landry, Candace Cameron Bure, Kyle Richards, Brooke Burke, and Lisa Rinna? The celeb moms have often talked about the super secret potluck get togethers that they credit with helping them keep their sanity, and now, they ladies are letting us in on some of the fun in their new TV Guide Network show Hollywood Moms’ Club.

“It’s a hybrid of a talk show, but some reality as well,” says Landry, who’s currently expecting her second child this October. “People can get a glimpse into our lives and in our homes. We want to relate to women because at the end of the day, we all talk about the same things around the dinner table.”

“Women just get so busy and overwhelmed with responsibilities. You need both time with friends and yourself to unwind and relax,” mom-of-two, Sweeney, tells Us of how the club came about. “When we got some girls together, we found out how much we all have in common, even though we come from really different backgrounds.”

“We talk about everything too,” adds Ali. “The advice is so good, I take notes! It’s also inspired us to take to Twitter and ask our followers what they’re thinking.”

The show, which premieres in November, will include all kinds of parenting and beauty tips, recipes, and more from the Hollywood Moms themselves as well as special guests. And we’re sure there will also be lots of talk about the ladies’ adorable kids!

Filed under: Ali Landry,Alison Sweeney,Brooke Burke,Candace Cameron,Celebrity Moms,Denise Richards,Kyle Richards,Lisa Rinna

Photo credit: Fame

  • Anonymous

    No. I’m sorry, but those potlucks sound boring and televising them is just a way to make money. Tired of the celebrity/reality sellout.

  • Ondine

    I love how far these rich gals are willing to go to show they’re just like the rest of us. And I’d give anything to see the dinner plates of the ones attending these potluck dinners.

    • Janna

      So true. I know that many of them want to believe they have the same “issues”, but let’s face it, have enormous amounts of money at your disposal changes e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g.

      I don’t begrudge them not having to work or working on their own schedule, or having nannies, or unlimited resources at all. But that means that 99.9% of the planet will not be able to relate to them.

  • Anonymous

    No one in that lineup is remotely interesting to me.

    • Anonymous

      Same here. Now, put the likes of Halle Berry, Naomi Watts, Nicole Kidman, Rachel Weisz, Sandra Bullock (you get the idea) in the same room and I would definitely be intrigued.

      • Anonymous

        There are two types of celebrities that do reality television.
        1. The greedy
        2. The desperate
        I am not interested in either of those types.

  • Anonymous

    “Celebrities” are not necessarily rich…which is why some of these lesser known actors choose to do reality TV. Why are these potluck dinners ONLY for celeb moms anyways? Do these ladies find it unappealing to socialize with others? This show doesn’t sound too exciting…

    • Anonymous

      Just because you are a celebrity doesn’t mean you are interesting.

  • Rach

    All those chicks are in the same vein… ANNOYING.

    Ali Landry seems like she is always trying to project this image of “perfect” femininity. I feel sorry for her little girl because she is obviously raising her to be a little doll, and making her fit into what her idea of a little girl should be. I get the feeling that estella might fight her mom on stuff because Ali is trying to control her too much.

    • Anonymous

      wha?? all that from a photo? wow doc, you are good.

  • AutumnBethB.

    I am actually interested in watching this program. I don’t begrudge celebrities their money and lifestyle. Although many of us can’t get past the fact that celebs earn more money than most of us can ever dream of, the fact is that we do share some similarities. For instance, celeb babies teethe. They have to be potty-trained, weaned from the breast/bottle, and the mothers go back to work at some point after childbirth. I’m interested in the experiences and advice of others, celeb or regular folk.

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