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The E! network has greenlit the half-hour comedic docuseries “Denise Richards and the Wild Things,” which follows the life of Richards and her family. The series, with Richards to star and executive produce, is slated to premiere in 2025.

“My family and I are so excited to be returning to E! Sami and Lola were just 3 and 4 when we first told our story and now we’ve come full circle,” said Richards. “Alex Baskin and I met when I started on ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ and I loved doing that show. This is the perfect partnership for our family series because our lives are full of fun, love and unpredictability and we can’t wait for audiences to share in this adventure with us.”

“Denise Richards and the Wild Things” is executive produced by Baskin, Joe Kingsley and Jeff Festa for 32 Flavors. Richards is an executive producer for Smoke and Mirrors Entertainment. Adam Griffin also serves as an executive producer.

Richards was a full-time cast member on Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for two seasons before quitting. During the final season – Season 13 – she made some memorable, notable guest appearances, most notably clashing with Erika Jayne and Dorit Kemsley.

Richards is repped by Vault Entertainment, Goodman, Genowm, Schenkman, Smelkinson & Christopher and Jill Fritzo Public Relations. Richards is also repped by Gersh in Unscripted.

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