How You Doin’? Wendy Williams Starts Her Own Reality TV Production Company

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February 4, 2013 ‐ By CAP
PatrickMcMullan.com via AP Images

PatrickMcMullan.com via AP Images

Talk show host Wendy Williams is making major moves! No need to ask how she’s doin’ since the 48-year-old has joined forces with her hubby Kevin Hunter to form the new “non-fiction” television company, Wendy Williams Productions (WWP). According to The Hollywood Reporter, WWP will develop and produce reality programs, game shows, and talk shows. And of course the outspoken Williams will serve as the executive producer and possible star of some of the shows.

Business associates Lisa Knapp and Jill Ramsey, who’ve worked with Williams previously, will serve as SVP and VP of development and production respectively. Knapp has worked on shows including The Bachelorette and Ambushed on Vh1, says Deadline Hollywood.

“This is a dream come true,” Williams said. “Kevin and I have been kicking around so many ideas and are excited to be able to now bring them to life with our own production shingle, THR quotes Williams. “As anyone who watches my show knows, I am a huge fan of all reality and game shows, and know a thing or two about talk.”

“We don’t plan on wasting much time, so stay tuned for some must-see programming ahead,” Williams continued.

Wendy is always so close to the juicy gossip and so vocal with her opinion, we can only imagine what entertaining reality TV ideas she’ll come up with. However, first things first: Let’s keep our fingers crossed that she reels in support from major networks to turn her reality TV dreams into reality.

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  • rosemary davis

    Wendy is doing great in what she’s already doing with her talk show I hope that she does not bite off more than she can chew and end up bankrupt sometimes we are not satisfied with the things that we have or what we do in life for some it’s all about having more and having more is not always a good thing,so Wendy I think that you need to put that idea on the back burner we already have tons of reality shows game shows and talk shows more than what most of us are capable of watching and please no silly slap stick comedy shows we get enough of that from T.V.One but I love you Girl

    • bluekissess

      True. But, the taste of success is so good that you’d want more. I think she should stick to what she knows.

      MN could’ve picked a better picture of Ms Wendy