The CW announced today that its new docu-series Fly Girls, which gives a glimpse into the lives of five “beautiful Virgin America flight attendants,” is set to debut midseason. The network describes the series as being “about real, down-to-earth young women who happen to have landed in an exceptionally glamorous, high-flying career filled with exotic locations and handsome strangers.” In eight half-hour episodes, the show will follow the flight attendants to Las Vegas, South Beach, and New York City, as well as give a peek into their shared home-base “crash pad” in Los Angeles. It is produced by Collins Avenue Productions, with executive producers Jeff Collins (Bridezilla 3, 4 & 5, The Exterminators) and Colin Nash (The Hills, The City).
CW's flight attendant docu-series 'Fly Girls' set to debut midseason
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