Paris Hilton & Nicole Richie Reunite For New Reality Series At Peacock

It has been more than 20 years since Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie’s The Simple Life premiered. The reality series followed the wealthy socialites as they struggled to do manual, low-paying jobs such as cleaning rooms, farm work, serving meals in fast-food restaurants, and working as camp counselors.

The pair has now reunited on a new reality show at Peacock, the streamer confirmed. No details were revealed, but we’re told more info will be coming soon.

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Hilton first revealed the news Monday in a joint post on Instagram with Richie and Peacock. “New Era,” they wrote. “Same Besties. Coming soon to Peacock.” The two also can be heard singing over the sound of a static television in an accompanying video.

Hilton set the stage for a possible reunion with a May 9 Instagram post featuring early photos of the two through the years, with a reference to their nicknames for each other, writing “From Day 1. Sill and Bill.”

The Simple Life debuted December 2, 2003, on Fox where it aired its first three seasons. A falling out between Hilton and Richie in 2005 led the series to be cancelled by Fox following its third season. It was eventually picked by E! which aired its fourth and fifth seasons. The show catapulted Hilton and Richie into international stardom and consistently sustained strong ratings throughout its run. It also spawned several remakes before moving to E!.

Hilton appeared in reality series Paris in Love for Peacock. The first season of Paris in Love featured Hilton as she prepared to marry venture capitalist Carter Reum, and Season 2 revolved around Hilton, Reum and their new baby boy. Last year, A24 took the rights to Hilton’s memoir for a television series adaptation, with Hilton’s entertainment company 11:11 Media, Dakota and Elle Fanning‘s Lewellen Pictures, and David Bernad’s Middle Child Pictures producing.

Richie most recently voiced roles in animated comedy series Housebroken. She also recurred on Bless This Mess and will next be seen in comedy feature Summer Camp, set for release on May 31.

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