Alloy Entertainment, the production company behind Pretty Little Liars, Gossip Girl, and The Vampire Diaries, launched their newest project, Hollywood is Like High School with Money, a web series based off the book of the same name by New York Times bestseller Zoey Dean. The series stars Kelsey Sanders, Ian Harding (Pretty Little Liars) and Brian Hallisay (Privileged), and features an appearance by The Hills reality star Whitney Port with outfits from her new clothing line Whitney Eve.
The 10 episode series, adapted by Carly Althoff (the recent ABC Family movie Mr. Everything) and directed by Janice Cooke (Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, 90210 and Privileged), follows an eager but naïve assistant who gets lessons on how to survive the cutthroat world of Hollywood from her boss’ queen bee teen daughter. The series is part of a three back-to-back web series (including First Day and Talent) announced by Alloy Entertainment’s East Coast President Josh Bank back in July.
The series will be distributed via the premium, multi-platform digital entertainment network AlloyTV. Alloy Entertainment’s Leslie Morgenstein, Bob Levy, Josh Bank and Tripp Reed will serve as executive producers.